Fixes

Apr
19

Plugin Fix for WordPress “Edit Post” Cache Bug

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Lately, after upgrading all of my blogs to the latest WordPress version, I’ve noticed a strange behavior when editing my posts. It appears that whenever I pressed “Save,” the post content would not update on the administration console. On the other hand, it would update on the main site.

For example, if I edited a post, everything from the title to the actual body of the article would not change. I would still see the original content when logged into the administration console. But if I viewed my site, everything would appear normally. The changes would only have reflected on the actual public portion of the blog! Even weirder was that when I checked my MySQL database, nowhere was any record of the original version! So where was WordPress pulling this outdated post data from?


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Apr
18

WordPress Workaround Fix For Digg.com’s “blog this” Glitch

If you’re an avid Digg reader like me, you’re fully aware of the “who blogged this?” feature prominently displayed “above the fold” of each story. Among my three blogs, I’ve been meaning to publish posts inspired by the many stories that I read each week. As a matter of fact, I have a near-ten-page list of articles that I plan to write, most of them inspired by Digg stories. But, I haven’t had the time to actually put those ideas into words. Until now …

who_blogged.gifToday, I released an article about Bug Me Not in my Information Bank Blog. I remember finding out about this godsend website from Digg. Naturally, I wanted a link back from Digg on the “who blogged this?” section since it was a relevant post. So, I entered all the necessary blog data information in my profile page. Then, I clicked the “blog this” link on the corresponding digg story and pressed “Submit.”


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