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Please bear with me while I upgrade to the latest version of WordPress.

If past experience is anything to go by, the entire site will break horribly, at least once.

Update: it seems that my old template was so riddled with elderly WordPress code that the new version point blank refuses to use it. This theme will have to do until I summon the energy to redesign the site.

Update II: Huh, I seem to have fixed everything. Which is almost a shame, as I quite fancied flexing my puny HTML and CSS muscles on a new design.

Update III: Instead, I’ll be flexing my puny metadata entry muscles: Submit Response now has tags. Well, eight posts do. Only 1,242 to go! Don’t worry, I won’t be entering them all manually, thanks to the rather clever Simple Tags plugin.

Update IV: You can now use OpenID to leave comments on the site.

Posted at 4pm on 13/03/08 by Jack Mottram to the site news category.
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  1. Could be an annoying case of bad timing!!

    Posted by Donny at 6pm on 13.03.08

  2. Gah. Oh well, I’ll just have to stick to my usual two years behind the curve approach.

    Posted by Jack Mottram at 6pm on 13.03.08

  3. OpenID testing 1,2,3

    Posted by at 3pm on 17.03.08

  4. I didn’t realise Yahoo! were providing such ridiculous URLs for OpenID - how are you supposed to remember that?!

    Posted by Jack Mottram at 4pm on 17.03.08

  5. Looks like you can customise your Yahoo! OpenID URL to something less bonkers, including your Flickr page, which is quite a nice idea, and much better than pointing to a page that provides absolutely no info about who you are (which kind of defeats the purpose!).

    Who are you, by the way?

    Posted by Jack Mottram at 5pm on 17.03.08

  6. (Testing OpenID using my Flickr page)

    Posted by at 5pm on 17.03.08

  7. Hmmn, works okay, but it’s a shame it doesn’t pass on my Flickr username. MyOpenID still seems to be the best provider (and it lets you use your own URLs).

    Posted by Jack Mottram at 5pm on 17.03.08

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