Sucuri SiteCheck got a nice makeover – Scan your site for free, make sure you’re not serving malware.
Here’s a quick post on IE conditional styles by @leemunroe. Both techniques in this post work, I prefer to use conditional classes in the HTML tag:
I’ll be doing this as I work on cleaning up some behaviors here on dre.im. Currently all IE7/6 visitors are being routed to Browse Happy.
Edit: Here’s a couple things to consider, sent over by @GaryJ
HTML5 does not support the use of classes in the HTML tag.
Caching plugins like W3TC don’t play nicely with the use of conditional classes in the HTML tag.
Looks like I’ll be using IE conditional style sheets again 🙂
First let me wish you all a happy holiday season and I hope the upcoming year brings you the best!
It seems that Media Temple was exploited yesterday evening and you may be in danger. As you know, Armeda is on Media Temple and I really enjoy their service.
Last night I received an email which was followed up this morning with a second communication that their was some irregular activity:
It is time to join the Culture….it’s here and building steam. WPVibe has launched and will only get better.
You’ve seen a slow, non-productive blogging effort here at Armeda over the last couple of months, and I would like to offer my apologies for that. Well, here is the reason for the lack of effort and productivity. With my long time friend and fellow WordPress geek Jonathan Dingman, we just finalized and brought to life WordPress Vibe (WPVibe).
One of the wonderful things about WordPress is its flexibility. There is a huge following, and a large group supporting the development of functionality and usability.
Here is a quick list of the 10 plugins I have found to be effective on almost every instance of WordPress I have worked with: