Without digging too much into the reasons why (that's code for "I don't know why") one headache with running Wordpress Multisite is that even users who have administrative privileges on their own site, any embed code, javascript put into the editor is stripped on publishing. Only Site Network admins can ...

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I debated about 10 minutes with myself (well I may have been frying eggs at the same time too) about writing a blog post about politics. I think I've done it once before or maybe tucked a few over on medium. But I get to make the rules around here. ...

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Oh web design vanity, thy name is obscure CSS class. This is something really really visually petty, but, you hopefully know you can in Wordpress you can embed a single tweet by just finding it's URL (it's the link on the time/date stamp) and putting it on a blank line: Hah! ...

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Abiding by the letter of open licenses mean you do not have to ask permission. But it sure is nice when someone goes beyond the letter of the license and lets you know of a use of your work. It's an old story around here, and it's so old I cannot ...

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I'm fairly sure this blog post and the README write up a new Wordpress Theme are going to take as long as it took to do the coding. That's okay, it's important. The path I took was similar when I was looking for a simple landing for the main site of ...

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per·mu·ta·tion p?rmyo?o?t?SH(?)n/ noun a way, especially one of several possible variations, in which a set or number of things can be ordered or arranged. Often I am asked if "this is the right way to do attribution" for something openly licensed. Most of the time I am tempted to reply, if ...

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A tweet of ends https://twitter.com/BryanAlexander/status/829388339094642688 The standard opening lines here would be my woeful admission of how little I had written in that special storytelling space. It would be wafted with moth-ball scented excuses. You can more or less see the words without me writing them. Even before a click the "next" button ...

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