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There are all kinds of reasons IPs get banned. A forums manager might ban an IP because the user at it is spamming. An admin of an email server might also ban IPs for spamming. A web service might ban an IP for using an API in an unapproved way.
When we first released the book Digging Into WordPress, we thought of some reasons why people might not want to buy it. A big reason is because tech books can go out of date quickly, especially when the subject is a fast-developing technology like WordPress. So, we fixed that. When you buy this book, you get PDF updates to it for life.
Today is just such an event. WordPress 3.0 has been out for a while now, and so … Read article “Digging Into WordPress, The Book, Version 3”
There is no shortage of documentation on WordPress’ famous content-spewing structure, but I still feel like there is more confusion and mystery surrounding “The Loop” than there should be. In this screencast I try and explain what it is, how it works, related parts, and then demonstrate some alterations and various tricks. Things like running multiple loops, writing your own custom queries, and handling pagination with your own custom loops.
Links from Video:Read article “#91: The WordPress Loop”
Using percentage values for certain things can have slightly unexpected results in WebKit based browsers. For instance, if you have a series of columns set in percentage widths with percentage padding, WebKit can calculate their sizing rather strangely.Update: WebKit now has subpixel rendering, which should clear up this issue. The red lines indicate the column as rendered with WebKit. The background shades of gray are accurate placement of those columns in percentage widths.
It’s percentages in general that seem … Read article “Percentage Bugs in WebKit”