Today I spent some time installing Intense Debate (ID) on cryns.com. ID is a nice, little plugin for WordPress (fyi: ID was purchased by WordPress’ parent company in September 2008) that manages your comments. With WordPress 2.7’s threaded comments feature, ID’s feature set isn’t all that much of an improvement. But ID recently announced that they are opening up their API to developers to create plugins. This has promising potential to come up with uses and features in comments that have not yet been thought of. In fact, I would venture to say that before long, ID will be used by all sorts of blogs that currently run on other systems.
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Today I had an issue where I needed to merge two folders, each of which contained many sub- and sub-sub folders that had lots of images. After a lot of trial-and-error and some Googling, I found the best solution is to use the “ditto” command in Terminal like this: That’s it! Hat tip to AppleInsider.
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I was recently asked to look into creating some secure http headers as well as forcing a website to load over TLS1.2+. Below are my “how to” instructions for updating these settings within WordPress and Cloudflare. Install & Configure the Cloudflare WordPress plugin. Make sure an SSL Certificate is installed on your host for your…