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reCAPTCHA all of a sudden stopped validating

Knowledge Base on June 30th, 2010 Comments Off

This post was originally published at LionVineyard.com on 2009/10/30 Did you ever come across the situation of implementing reCAPTCHA, everything tested and working okay but after two days while doing more developments on the site it just does not want to validate anything anymore? Where could the trap be? Well, I was implementing reCAPTCHA on [...]

Tuning Twitter Tools for WordPress to Work With Multilingual Blogs using qTranslate

Knowledge Base on June 30th, 2010 Comments Off

This post was originally published at LionVineyard.com on 2009/09/29 Twitter Tools by Alex King is an excellent WordPress plugin for interacting between your blog and twitter. It has many features like putting twitter updates on your blog, or updating (twitting) twitter every time you post something. And this is the feature that interests me and [...]

Gaining Control of your Blog’s Login: Hacking the WordPress wp-login for a Custom Login Page

Knowledge Base on June 30th, 2010 Comments Off

This post was originally published at LionVineyard.com on 2009/03/22 It does not feel really yours unless you take complete control of it. And this is exactly the case of a blog. The front end might look yours, but going one step behind the scenes and it only resembles to be yours. By one step behind [...]

How to add a Google Adsense Custom Search to your WordPress Blog

Knowledge Base on June 30th, 2010 Comments Off

This post was originally published at LionVineyard.com on 2009/03/07 Recently I was faced with the task of adding a Google Adsense Custom Search to he blogs I am administering. I have searched around and there are quite a few explanations. However, in my opinion, they all have the steps wrong as the direct you to [...]

How to associate your WordPress Blog’s Local Search with Google Adsense Custom Search

Knowledge Base on June 30th, 2010 Comments Off

This post was originally published at LionVineyard.com on 2009/03/07 Some people like to have one, some people two, and some people two-in-one. Another task I was faced with recently was to associate the WordPress local search of my blog with Google Adsense Custom Search. That is if you search in the local search and has [...]

Undefined variable in compat.php of WordPress: error displaying page titles in dashboard

Knowledge Base on June 30th, 2010 Comments Off

This post was originally published at LionVineyard.com on 2009/02/27 I recently updated to WordPress 2.7.1. On one of the blogs I am administering I am using the qTranslate plugin for multilingual support. Everything is working right but yesterday I went to edit one of the pages only to figure out that the Titles were not [...]

Displaying the whole content of the latest post and excerpt for the rest, in WordPress

Knowledge Base on June 30th, 2010 Comments Off

This post was originally published at LionVineyard.com on 2009/02/27 Recently I was struggling how to display the posts on the main page of one of the blogs I am administering. Displaying the whole content of posts was making the main page too long, displaying only the summary was making the main page kind of dull [...]

Setting up the WordPress shortcode handler function to return echoed strings

Knowledge Base on June 30th, 2010 Comments Off

This post was originally published at LionVineyard.com on 2009/02/26 Recently I started developing and enhanced version of an existing WordPress plugin. One of my tasks was to add a shortcode function. The problem: The plugin output was appearing at the top of the page/post, and not where I was placing the shortcode. My main plugin [...]

a guide to the favicon mystery

Favicon Explained: Demystifying Functionality Across Browsers

Knowledge Base on March 29th, 2010 1 Comment

Following the release of AmberPanther Favicon for WordPress some questions were raised, and we feel they should be addressed. In this article we attempt to explain the mystic behavior of the Favicon or Website Shortcut Icon. The investigations are focused on the five most common browsers – Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Google Chrome, Safari and Internet [...]

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Create a Great Custom 404 Page in WordPress

Knowledge Base on February 28th, 2010 No Comments

Is your 404 Page a dead end street? Or is it a highway of information with many alternatives? This is the question that has to be answered, and for any modern Web 2.0 stating-to-be site the answer better be a highway of information. If not, AmberPanther has you covered. In this article we will introduce [...]

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