Category Archives: wp30

Editing aliases.conf (a.k.a. mapping new domains)

Thanks to the great Zach Davis of Cast Iron Coding fame—dear friend, code guru, and the guy who invented the internet for me—I have a step-by-step guide for editing the aliases.conf file in order to enable domains pointed at UMW … Continue reading

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Lafayette College on WordPress

Ken Knewquist just announced that the Lafayette College redesigned website recently launched as a WordPress multi-site. And I have to say, that did it exactly right. It was created and designed by Viget Labs, which has a kinda markety innocuous … Continue reading

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Best tutorial for adding Custom Menus to WP Themes

I’ve been slowly trying to update as many themes as possible in UMW Blogs for the custom menus feature, and a Google search can be hit or miss in terms of howtos. In my experience thus far this tutorial is … Continue reading

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UMW Blogs Upgraded to WP 3.0 (a play-by-play)

I’m glad (and relieved) to finally say UMW Blogs has been upgraded to the WP 3.0 merged core files without a hitch. Whew! This was a burner for me, a bit more fear and trembling going into this one than … Continue reading

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Weird Visual Editor Issue on WP 3.0, RC 1

Having an odd issue on bavatuesdays that I can’t reproduce on any other sites in my install (namely, etc.). I can’t see the buttons in the visual editor, by default my visual editor icons in the Add New … Continue reading

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Upgrading from WPMu to WP 3.0: Keep your config!

I just updated to the latest version of WordPress 3.0 (release candidate 1) and one of the things I realized while upgrading my own sites is that you should really keep your WPMu wp-config.php file. I figured that I would … Continue reading

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