Perhaps more than a week ago, while browsing around my site, I found this shocking message in the comments section: I really don’t know why something inside me told me the hacker-like message pointed to the Gravatar plugin installed on this site, but sadly, Googling around confirmed my suspicions. Apparently it was a debugging message for the Gravatars2 plugin. …Getting no gravatar back from gravatar.com is very common. I removed […]
Basang Panaginip, the highly controversial blog that brought us The Sexiest Filipino Bloggers, The Sexiest Filipina Bloggers, and The World’s Most Photorealistic Vector Art have come up with a new list: the Best Designed Filipino Blogs for 2006. I was shocked to find out that Michael dropped by to tell me I was on the list. The awards are no Philippine Webbies*, but my respect (or awe) for that award-giving […]
I am a stickler for remembering what happened to me exactly one year ago, and if need be, the year before that, the year before that, and so on. Case in point: September 28. Last year, particularly last November 22, Stellify.net officially resolved to the Filcode nameservers and appeared on the web. (Not for the first time, though.) Perpetually in Pre-Release (That’s one of the taglines I made for Qwerky.) […]
This feature of WordPress the_date() template tag is quirky to me, but I guess it works that way in most blog engines out there. I came across this cautionary message in the WordPress Codex for the_date() function, pointed to me through the Support Forum when I had trouble getting to show dates in some posts (I was tinkering with another layout I made).
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