Archive for the ‘WordPress’ Category

WP-Cache 2.1.0 on Windows

Friday, March 16th, 2007

As written in this post, WP-Cache needs several modifications in order to run on Windows and/or IIS. Provided below is an updated version of latest WP-Cache 2.1.0 with all Windows/IIS fixes included.
WP-Cache 2.1.0 for Windows/IIS

WP-Cache on Windows (2.0.19)

Friday, November 10th, 2006

After writing the tutorial on how to get WP-Cache running on Windows, I’ve realized I could just make it a bit easier. Together with the latest WP-Cache release 2.0.19, I’ve build a preconfigured package.

Download wp-cache_2.0.19_win.zip.

WordPress 2.0.1 Security Vulnerability

Friday, March 3rd, 2006

Latest WP 2.0.1 is vulnerable to severall cross-site-scripting (XSS) attacs through the comments feature. This issue was discovered by the Neo Security Team.

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Installing WP-Cache on Windows

Friday, February 24th, 2006

WP-Cache is probably the most widely used caching plugin for WordPress. Unfortunately, it doesn’t support windows and numerous people failed with the installation. This article describes how to run WP-Cache on Windows.

Update: If you’re not interested in the individual configuration steps, you can just download a pre-built version here.

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WordPress Wishlist

Friday, February 24th, 2006

As RTW writes in their WordPress Wishlist, it would be really nice if WP supported categories for pages- developers, anyone?

WordPress tagging support

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2006

Tags have been ever popular social browsing feature, certainly since the advent of del.icio.us.

WordPress support for tagging, tied in with Technorati search is provided by excellent Ultimate Tag Warrior plugin.

WordPress MySQL5 compatibility

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2006

Seems WP2 is experiencing the same issues with stricter MySQL5 SQL rules as many other free software packages.

While videoDB should have it’s MySQL5 issues sorted out, WP2 is still struggeling, event with latest 2.0.1 release- although the issue has been open since december 2005.

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