If you use Response.Redirect to direct users to a new location, you should be aware that it issues a status code of 302, which means that “the resource resides temporarily under a different URI.” If you intend to communicate that the resource has permanently changed locations, you should not use Response.Redirect. This is important for […]
Monthly Archives:: March 2010
INSERT INTO wp_usermeta ( user_id, meta_key, meta_value ) ( SELECT id, ‘admin_color’, ‘classic’ FROM wp_users WHERE id NOT IN (SELECT user_Id FROM wp_usermeta WHERE meta_key = ‘admin_color’) ) UPDATE wp_usermeta SET meta_value = ‘classic’ WHERE meta_key = ‘admin_color’
The following PHP script updates missing post slugs (permalinks) in a WordPress blogs, or reformats them according to your needs:
If you use wptexturize, smart quotes will mess you up. This is a quick and dirty fix.
While trying to migrate a large blog from Movable Type to WordPress, I found the built-in export and import functionality unable to handle volume of content on the blog or to properly preserve the primary keys needed for permalinks. With assistance from Alvaro on the MisesDev list, we came up with the following MySql SQL […]