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The Mighty Moo! WordPress Theme – Version 1.2.3

By / March 26, 2009 / Comments Off on The Mighty Moo! WordPress Theme – Version 1.2.3

I just completed another series of updates to “The Mighty Moo!” WordPress theme.  Version 1.2.3 adds: Page Template Widgetized Sidebars underneath the content Moved javaScript code into footer.php Theme image files (these were accidentally left out of previous releases) Download it today!

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The Mighty Moo! WordPress Theme, Version 1.2.2 Released

By / March 25, 2009 / Comments Off on The Mighty Moo! WordPress Theme, Version 1.2.2 Released

Today, I spent eight hours making a number of significant updates to The Mighty Moo! WordPress theme.  This set of updates increases the version number to 1.2.2. and include: Single Page template  Comment Threading Fixed Commenting bug Custom Style Sheet (Upgrades now won’t mess up your custom CSS edits!) The next round of updates will…

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The Mighty Moo! WordPress Theme Release – version 1.2

By / March 23, 2009 / Comments Off on The Mighty Moo! WordPress Theme Release – version 1.2

As I mentioned yesterday, I updated The Mighty Moo! WordPress theme and am releasing it to you, free of charge!  There are a bunch of notable updates, including: Comment Template added Blog title and blog description display in header Post meta information display (tags, date, author, categories, etc.) Correct page title now displays by default…

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The Mighty Moo! WordPress Theme Update

By / March 22, 2009 /

About 1 year ago, I built The Mighty Moo! WordPress theme.  It is a fun theme that features an AJAX “accordion” navigation system built on MooTools and MooFx. Today, I spent much of the day updating the theme so that more novice users will be able to use it out-of-the-box.  It isn’t quite ready for…

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Testing Out Intense Debate

By / March 11, 2009 / Comments Off on Testing Out Intense Debate

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…

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