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It’s been a tough day today, but I’ve finally transitioned this blog to WordPress! Boy I learned a lot behind the scenes of WordPress. What I thought would be a simple task, editing the template was exceptionally harder than I imagined. Coupled with the fact that Greywolf’s SEO blog was hacked, I was pretty keen to get patches and updates to everything. I’ll be glad to get a professional to do it anyday!

Anyway, there is so much freedom available to me now in this software, so I’m looking forward to the new possibilities made available to me.

Before I go though, I’d like to apologize to anyone subscribed to my RSS feed and will receive several posts of mine again.

Posted by Robert Kingston on Tuesday, January 16th, 2007 at 7:35 am. Category: My Projects. Comment Feed: RSS 2.0. Leave a Comment below, or a trackback from your site.

2 Responses to “I’ve Finally Transitioned to WordPress”

  1. Nice change. I imagine one day I will follow, but right now I am just concentrating on doing this right.

    Ed Roach

  2. I jumped into WordPress very hastily and in the day it took me to get it online, I faced a steep but worthwhile learning curve.

    Let me know how you go with your blog, Ed. You’ve got some great content on there and I hope anyone reading this will check it out!

    Robert Kingston

  3. Beautiful & practical blog! For your information: something is wrong with your database. On several locations I see this text: “WordPress database error: [Table ‘mainblog.wp_post2cat’ doesn’t exist]
    SELECT p2c.category_id AS cat_id, COUNT(p2c.rel_id) AS numposts, UNIX_TIMESTAMP(max(p.post_date_gmt)) + ‘10′ AS last_post_date, UNIX_TIMESTAMP(max(p.post_date_gmt)) AS last_post_date_gmt FROM wp_post2cat p2c INNER JOIN wp_posts p ON p2c.post_id=p.id WHERE (p.post_status=’publish’ OR p.post_status=’static’) AND p.post_date_gmt<=’2007-10-07 04:25:29′ GROUP BY p2c.category_id ORDER BY numposts DESC”.

    Where? 1. On top of your homepage, 2. under popular tags.

    Clicking on any of your popular tags gives a “Error 404 - Not Found”.

    Robberto

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