Adding the following to the functions.php of your theme should make the posts in your WordPress RSS feed sort by when the post was last modified rather than when it was published. Useful in some cases when you for example want to push out updated posts as well.
function wpse49312_alter_the_query( $request )
$dummy_query = new WP_Query();
$request['orderby'] = 'modified';
When writing a post I sometimes find it difficult to choose what I should tag it with. I try reuse tags I already have to prevent a total mess, and sometimes I just don’t really remember what tags I have used so far. When writing a post in WordPress you can get a list of the most used ones, but once in a while I write a post on subject I haven’t written a lot about. So, instead of going to the Post Tags page and look through all the pages of tags, I decided to just connect to my blog database and run a query.
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Used Page Speed for FireFox the other day to analyze my blog. Found a couple of issues and a couple were very simple to fix. If these will work for you, depends a bit on where your WordPress site is hosted and what your web server does already. So, be brave and analyze your own site. Look through the results and see if you can fix some of it without too much hassle 🙂
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Was writing a blog post today. Happy, typing away. Hit Preview, and *bam*:
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Having revisions on my posts is nice I suppose. But I was starting to get a bit annoyed with the increasingly long list of revisions in each post. And they really did get long. Mainly because I am in a bit of a testing and experimenting phase which means that I have done a lot of adjustments to almost every single post so far because I don’t have 100% control on how I want things or how things will end up looking and so on 😛 There’s also of course all the obligatory spelling errors I only discover after I have clicked Publish 😛
Anyways, I found a nice little MySQL snippet to clear out all of them in a French comment to a blog post. Thought I could share it here. That way I won’t lose it either 🙂
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