TIL it’s super easy to modify Press This’s default content, without having to know a ton of JavaScript. petermolnar.net/article/press-

TIL there’s a Hide Admin Bar plugin for WordPress! Well, you don’t need it. Just disable the admin bar in your user settings. (This is especially true for single-user installs.)

(jan.boddez.net/notes/cbec28ce6)

_is_ slow, though. Luckily, that doesn’t actually matter if you’re anyway going to cache pages to static HTML and serve that. Just saying.

So, I found a bug in Sendinblue’s plugin that disables sending more than one attachment with transactional emails.

Dangit, I’ve always liked Contact Form 7 (over other such plugins). Saw one blog comment attackers could upload executable binaries, and now I’m wondering how they’d execute those. Thinking they mean PHP portal scripts or whatever they’re called. (Which wouldn’t do much [?] if you’ve disabled PHP in the uploads folder.) Bit worried about the fact that the patched version requires 5.4 or up. What with sites that run older versions (that otherwise receive minor core updates, still)?

I very much like the fact that the different “mainstream” IndieWeb plugins exist separately. That way, I can install only what I need—IndieAuth and Micropub.

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Whenever I publish a post, my site automatically sends out webmentions to mentioned sites that support them. Takes like 25 lines of PHP.

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I'm open-sourcing this other blog of mine. (Still needs tweaked, but I'm almost there.) ochtendgrijs.be/blog/hallo-wor (in Dutch)

Just FYI: you _can_ use Jetpack without connecting it to a WP.com account. You won’t be able to use the CDN, Protect or Publicize modules, but its Custom Post Types, social menus, Markdown support and a whole bunch of other things will work just fine. (It’s called “debug mode,” which is a bit of a misnomer.)

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Why is Twenty Twenty's `twentytwenty_get_post_meta()` not pluggable?

-y things played with today: (1) front-end login forms, (2) login redirects, (3) non-confirmation logout links, (4) custom for logged in users, and (5) the Members plugin—no longer Justin Tadlock’s, it seems.

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