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SmartyPants On Demand

Of course you’ve heard of SmartyPants, right? It’s that famous Movable Type and Blosxom plugin enabling authors to publish their weblogs with typographically elegant punctuations. That includes the famous Doug Bowman’s Stopdesign. Unfortunately for WordPress users, those wanting to use it had little chance, with SmartyPants written in Perl, not in PHP. Not until Michel […]

iPAP 0.7

The first public release of iPAP: Photo Album Publisher (formerly known as SPAM: Simple Photo Album Manager) is now ready for download. The zip contains a somewhat detailed documentation, and everything you need to know (for now) is there. The project page will be ready after several hours of sleep. smile Consider this version a […]

Comment Highlighting

About a week ago, there was a very active discussion on Dave Shea’s mezzoblue redesign, not only because of the new interface, but more importantly, his new feature: Reply Highlighting. Looks good on paper, but his first implementation was rather “faulty.” His highlighting feature was based on the premise that well–known designers and developers were […]


I’ve just received several emails from people interested in the PHP app I’ve been using to publish this site’s photos section, which you can also see used in other places. I am currently busy designing a WP layout for a signifact writer and WP user; but hopefully, I could prepare a simple documentation to accompany […] Blogroll for WP-1.2

The default link manager in WordPress has always been feature–packed since the 1.0 release, though it could still use some hacking to do certain things. The blogroll import function has been something I’ve always wanted to work properly, but I couldn’t. Not that I tried or read the documentation that much, but I wanted it […]