Wedding Photos

I’ve been back from Paris (my honeymoon) for about a week now, loved every minutes of it, the weather was fabulous, the temperature at the time was Bloody Freezing! still can’t complain really since it was nice and sunny. Last week I managed to get my hands on the wedding photos. There seems to be quite a lot of them, so I’m going to go through them and eventually put them online. Well the best ones anyway, so watch this space.

I’ve just added some more photos from other people they are on the same page as the official photos.

Here are some Wedding Photos below:

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I’ve just installed the Snapr plugin (Update – just unistalled it)

I’ve just installed the websnapr plugin for wordpress, this plugin produces a preview bubble for external links eg. The Register which I quite like, I’ll use it for a while and see how I get on with it 🙂 hopefully I’m not going to have any problems with it.

All you have to do is add [code lang=”html”]Linktext[/code] To any external html link that you insert, so it’s pretty easy to use.

I’ve just removed the snapr plugin in favor of the Snap Preview AnywhereTM plugin. This one seems to work better.  It has the added advantage of you not having to create html code for links, see above.

I’ve removed the pmetric plugin since it was always a bit flakey and the developer no longer seems to be supporting it. I’ve also removed the wplicence plugin since it’s not widget compatable and doesn’t give me the option to put it in my sidebar (don’t have time to code it) it also gives me a javascript error on every page (using IE7) of the wp-admin pages. I might however have a look at this again time permitting.

Upgrading from WordPress 2.0.2 to 2.0.5

Having read the and followed the instructions provided on the wordpress website to upgraded my wordpress install, I noticed that the sidebar widget wasn’t working correctly, I couldn’t drag and drop the widgets. Here’s some instructions on how to fix that particular problem.

1) You should have a  backup of your site , what you have to do is extract the the /wp-includes/js/scriptaculous/ directory and copy it to the wp-includes/js/scriptaculous/ of your wordpress installation using ftp. (If you don’t have a backup, then you can extract the directory from the installation website).

The directory /wp-includes/js/ of your wordpress installation should look similar to this.

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