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Jan 13
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We added a few things, including requests — 1. Made the automatically-generated CSS neater and probably a little cleaner. 2. Added an option for "Custom" CSS. This lets you fashion your own CSS. View your "/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-seo-pager.php?css=1″ to see the format of the CSS, and then roll your own. 3. Many small bug-fixes. Have any feature requests for the next version? Leave a comment! Download the new version here.

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Jan 6

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Excerpt: … for spammers, anyway. Upgrading WordPress often might just help! On the other hand, you could still wake up and find out your blog looks like this after a zero-day attack — That's probably a bad thing. But, in fact, many of us in the blogosphere have enjoyed this particular problem. And it's not quite as much fun as the blue pill. In the worst case, it's not just spam, it's badware or viruses. And then Google won't want to cohabit with you ever again. Well, you're still alive, and you're sick of getting attacked. We are, too. So, at least…

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Jan 3
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Excerpt: At least not necessarily … Anyone with a shred of intellectual honesty would notice the following highlighted copyright headers in the widely circulated "embarrassment" that everyone (even those who can't write a lick of C/C++ or ASM) criticized. Unfortunately, too many people blame Microsoft without actually thinking. Freescale may have actually been caught red-handed and with its pants down. Notably, the bug did not affect the Zune models above 30GB. So Freescale knew about the bug, corrected it in a new driver for a new chipset, and then Microsoft may have not been notified. News agencies were quick to say…

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Jan 2

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Excerpt: You thought cheap webhosting was a bargain. Maybe … but bad webhosting isn't just a bummer — it can get you delisted, added to badware lists, etc. And it doesn't have to be your fault (directly, anyway). Use IX Web Hosting | ixwebhosting.com web hosting at your own risk. One day you might just get hacked and/or defaced. Even worse, you might be — courtesy of some Turkish hacker — installing malware on users' computers by proxy. The hackers seem to be pretty good, if a little mean. Fix it, and then it just might happen the…

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Dec 24
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Excerpt: PHP doesn't come with native support for making SSH connections via the libssh2 libraries. You must use the PECL SSH2 extensions. Installing them can be tricky, but Kevin van Zonneveld does a great job explaining how to install them over here. So I won't go there. The new version, 0.11.0, also seems to be compiling more reliably for everyone. Unfortunately, the library is sparsely documented, and still buggy in some places. And most of the comments posted on http://www.php.net/ssh2 are just plain wrong! Kudos to Mike Sullivan for fixing some of the issues with non-blocking…

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Dec 15
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Excerpt: You like SEO and intuitive pagination controls? Well, we decided to release our SEO Pager control that we've been using for awhile over here anyway. So here's the scoop — This Wordpress plugin implements a multi-page customizable pager to replace the standard, boring WordPress "Earlier Posts" and "Newer Posts" links. This improves SEO as well as usability. In addition to this it presents some related SEO options. Its features include — * Set SEO-Pager to either a plain or boxed style. * No need to edit a stylesheet either! Just enter hex color value or name for border, background, text, and…

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Dec 5
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Excerpt: WordPress is great. So are most other free and/or open-source applications. The only problem with these applications is that no matter how secure the other parts of your web site are, using such a popular application makes you an easy target for their widely circulated exploit scripts. There are lots of prying eyes on, say, WordPress. And exploiting popular open-source applications is interesting, because you get more bang for your buck. Upgrading helps, and of course we do it. But it still won't help for 0-day exploits, and it's not easy when you're managing…

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Nov 25
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Excerpt: … or how to avoid needing this shirt.Your boss sucks, and so does this economy. I try to be a good boss, but realistically I probably suck too. Since I'm that guy … and I'm the guy who decides things, let me tell you 5 ways — at least in my mind — that will help you keep your job at a smaller IT firm. 0. Learn to be useful in another IT capacity If you stink at HTML, learn it better. Developers frequently won't know all of the pains of cutting HTML pixel-perfect or dealing with Photoshop; but…

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