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Separate development/production environments for WordPress

When you're out Googling on how to maintain a separate development environment for a WordPress installation, you will only stumble across information about how to install all kinds of WAMPP packages. Well, I don't care about WAMP (or WAMPP). I want to be able to edit my theme, change my plugins, mess with my database locally and then deploy my changes when they're ready and well-tested (as if I ever...) Read More »

Upgraded WordPress from 2.1 to 2.3.1

I'm now on WordPress 2.3.1. It was about time too; I was still on 2.1. Importing the tags from Ultimate Tag Warrior worked fine. Before upgrading and importing, I quickly patched my local version of WP with a little help from Subversion: Read More »

Allowing dots in WordPress post slugs

I was once again annoyed by the fact that WordPress doesn't allow dots in post slugs. Luckily, this time I hadn't published the post with a botched URL yet. (I don't like changing permalinks because they're meant to be permanent; cool URLs don't change.) A quick googling pointed me to a post in the WordPress support forum with a reference to the Periods in Titles WordPress plugin. Read More »