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WordPress

Happy 10th birthday WordPress

Posted by Darren on June 4th, 2013 / No comments

Once upon a time, dadams.co.uk was published using hand-crafted HTML. Updating the site was pain-staking and laborious work for the editorial staff, and a walk-out over poor working conditions in early 2007 prompted a re-think in the strategy. It just … [more]

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Another facelift

Posted by Darren on September 2nd, 2012 / No comments

A couple of months ago I updated the theme of dadams.co.uk, but it wasn’t long before I decided I didn’t like it. After trying out a lot of themes I finally decided on Fresh and Clean by AJ Clarke.… [more]

New in WordPress 3.4

Posted by Darren on June 14th, 2012 / No comments

As you all know (because it says so in the footer way down there at the bottom of the page) dadams.co.uk runs on the popular blogging platform WordPress. This is a good choice because it’s free, it has a huge … [more]

Facelift

Posted by Darren on June 9th, 2012 / 2 comments

Every couple of years I like to freshen up the hallowed pages of dadams.co.uk, and looking back it seems that it was just over two years ago that the ModXBlog theme was applied. It has served the blog well, but … [more]

dadams.co.uk on the iPhone

Posted by Darren on April 7th, 2010 / No comments

Thanks go to Paul Mooney for discovering a useful WordPress plug-in. WPtouch adds a mobile theme to a WordPress blog – a theme that is optimised for the iPhone or iPod touch. So rather than trying to navigate around the … [more]

WordPress for the iPhone and iPod touch

Posted by Darren on April 2nd, 2010 / No comments

Normally I’d be writing blog posts on my iMac or ThinkPad upstairs, but as WordPress for the iPhone / iPod touch is now available I can now write blog posts and (if necessary) approve and reject comments from the comfort … [more]

I’ve landed on Planet Lotus

Posted by Darren on March 2nd, 2008 / 7 comments

Yancy Lent set up a web site named Planet Lotus which aggregates the feeds of various Lotus-related web sites into a single feed served up into the site’s home page – very cool. This isn’t new news to many people … [more]