After Paul Butler’s Announcement of the end of JSSpamBlock maintenance, I was not really worried about the plugin itself, as it still did its job in a perfect way. If you think back, there are enough unmaintained plugins around, doing their job perfectly within a current WordPress installation. But you know about theory and reality by now, because […]
Yes, it is getting quiet and there is hardly any feedback on my plugin. Nothing here. Not even on wordpress.org or mail. All the requested features have been done and a bugtracker has been set up for if it is needed.
Regarding the feedback of bloggers using my plugin including Tante blogging at the-gay.bar.com, I have rolled a new release targetting problems with the EXIF PHP extension and the path of the font file. Other changes as some checks for the required PHP extensions and making the font color customizeable are already available via Subversion.
I have checked my blog for common w3c errors caused by postings and plugins and corrected them as the w3c standard is a standard to be followed. But why? Websites that do not follow those standards are relying on error-correction by a browser which can cause some random design errors. As I want my website to look good […]
My WP-HeadlineAnimator got released today. Its stable version is 1.1 by now, as I had to do some changes on 1.0 for error handling. In other words, we have reached the point where this software is about to get out into the public leaving its traces on forum- and mailsignatures.