So if a person had a WordPress blog and pays attention to what’s going on in the blogging world, a person finds out that the latest upgrade was hacked and people actually downloaded hacked files from WordPress that would let bad people use their blog files for nefarious purposes. So, had to install yet another upgrade, just in order to be secure. Sort of. Bandolero thinks he should add hunting down these nefarious crackers to his credo.
This is the first post following the first WordPress upgrade since the last WordPress upgrade and, so far, things seem to be going smoothly. But, I thought there was supposed to be a new tabbed editor that allows you to switch between WYSIWYG and code editing instantly while writing a post. I don’t see no such tab. Mebbe gotta go select it in options or something. Since Bandolero doesn’t use the fancy editor in the first place, mebbe it doesn’t matter.
As for El Bandolero, well, things are going more or less smoothly. He’s getting to be one tired hombre, though.
This is first post following DreamHost one-click upgrade to WordPress 2.0.5. Consequently, this would be considered a test post.
It seems some people are having a Server 500 Error or something like that, and they have issued a plug-in to fix it. Kind of hard to install and activate a plug-in if all you get when you try to get the blog is Server 500 Error message, but apparently it can be done by command line, if a person knows how to get to command line on their blog server and use it effectively.