Just added a widget on the sidebar to show stuff I’ve shared from Google Reader.
I’ve added a few plugins to the site. I always wanted to have a random quote type of plugin, so I found one and set it up to my liking. In the process I found several others I took a shine to as well, and they also have been added. Now to find some quotes I want on there…
It seems to be working now. I updated WordPress to version 2.2, thus blasting the theme I set up (by editing the default theme). So I just went out and got a different theme and modified it a bit. Much easier than trying to turn the default one into a fluid-width theme. And it looks better, too.
Apparently the bug is only fixed for me, when I’m logged into the site. <sigh>
I’m starting to get really annoyed with this stupid bug that sporadically pops up on this site. I don’t can’t figure out if it’s a problem with something like the version of the database it’s using, or WordPress itself (which I doubt since I haven’t seen any reports of anyone else having the problem), or PHP or what. But it’s stupid and I want it to stop.
Looks like the bug with the categories has cropped up again. I’m not sure how to go about fixing it.
…and just as quickly, and confusingly, it has fixed itself.
Well, I fixed the bug before I went to bed last night. So now I can have whatever categories I want, I think.
Well, I found a bug with WordPress which is annoying me. Something in the wp_list_bookmarks() function for the sidebar breaks depending on… well, I’m not sure yet. It seems to break if I add to many categories, and also sometimes if I just add one it doesn’t like for unknown reasons. When that happens, the entire page takes forever to load and when you actually see something you only see part of the sidebar links and none of the footer because wp_list_bookmarks() seems to go into an infinite loop or something. Maybe I’ll debug it when I get home.