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Speedlinking – 20 June 2006

Posted By Darren Rowse 20th of June 2006 Pro Blogging News 0 Comments
  • Gilad has produced a WP plugin that resolves the non-www/www/index.php issues with WP and that redirects them all to one consistent location.
  • Peter Forret has been tracking down blog spammers and found one in Austria (via the newly designed BlogHerald)
  • WP’s Theme Viewer has relaunched with a new design – looking nice (via Blogging Pro)
  • London’s Shiny Media are looking for summer internsso are Gawker
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  • Thanks Darren, I’ve installed the plug-in. Since I’m getting ready for work, I’ll wait ’till later to look at the themes!

  • WP Theme Viewer is insanely slow for me…anyone else?

  • Jon

    The redirect for www is a great idea, but I sure wish they went the other way…that is redirected all requests to “www” is completely useless and I don’t understand why anyone is still using it these days.

  • Jon

    …oh now that I’m reading further the orginal plugin: does remove the “www” [way to go Matt!] and the one mentioned above actually goes back to including the “www” boo, hiss.

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  • Heads up, folks. If you want to use that plugin, you need to edit it to implode() $_GET so query string variables work. You’ll notice that upon activation, your searches won’t work. You’ll want to deactivate until a new release is out or edit it quickly (if you know PHP).

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  • A plugin that redirects to a consistent location? That sounds overly simplistic for me. I may overlook something. That would have been easily done using mod_rewrite. I use it in my blog myself to permanently redirect www to non-www. Of course, you can customize if you want www instead of non-www.

  • Gilad doesn’t have his comments switched on so I’ll just say thanks here. Thanks. Really easy to use.