I just read on the MovableType site that Ben and Mena are getting ready to release MT version 2.0, and it will include a ‘send this entry’ feature similar to the one I’ve implemented on my blogs. So … since they are the experts, I’m not going to do any more development or write a… Read more »
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Several people have asked me how to add random text strings to a web page, so I thought I’d write a little tutorial. All you need is a text editor and a web site. If you publish your own blog, I’m sure you’ll be able to do this. If you follow these simple instructions, you… Read more »
When I want to register a domain name, I go to Dotster.com. It might cost a few dollars more – and I’m talkin’ like, $2 more – than some of the bargain basement registrars, but you cannot beat their customer service, administration, and control panel options. I’ve used them for years and highly recommend their… Read more »
<Montgomery Burns> Excellent! </Montgomery Burns> I’m about 75% done with my mt-sendentry.cgi development. Youshik has been a tremendous help with some of the trickier Perl bits and Ben is the man for being so cool about answering my eMails. I really hope I can finish working on it tonight so I can have v 0.1… Read more »
It was a dark and stormy night. I had a rebuild error in my individual archive template. I yelled at my monitor, “What could it be?!” I hadn’t modified that template in weeks! Something was wrong. And it was bad. I couldn’t rebuild all. Ack! What to do? I begged Ben for assistance. “Help!” I… Read more »
Note to self: Remember to change MT/lib/MT.pm line 205 from return $mt->error(“Building entry failed: ” . $entry->title); to return $mt->error(“Building entry failed: ” . $tmpl->errstr); More on this later!
This article, Setting Up Form Mail, was a tremendous help in my latest project. Soon you will be able to send any MT entry via eMail. How cool is that? Check out my Hemingway blog! Each individual post has this feature in place. w00t! I am an excited nerd now!
I just downloaded and installed the MicroPoll system from technoerotica. I think it’s a killer, tiny, perfect-for-blogs polling script. Do you agree?
Want to add one of those groovy-cool calendars to your blog? MovableType 1.4 lets you! The extended text of this entry shows you the code. How cool is that?
Is it true? Yes! It’s the return of the Featurette Guide! The expanded, revised, and updated Blogger Featurette Guide™©! Check out all the groovy-cool things your fellow bloggers have done over the years.