Weekly jQuery Migrate Status Update Email
By Richard on December 14, 2020
Over the weekend, many of you will have received an email with a subject of “Weekly jQuery Migrate Status Update”. It is an email telling you that it’s a “weekly summary of the warnings still present on your site“. These emails are legitimate – so not a phishing attempt – but they are annoying, especially […]
Plugin WP-reCAPTCHA discontinued
By Brabbins on April 12, 2018
Recently Google discontinued reCAPTCHA v1(see more here.) and the only plugin on Blogs for reCAPTCHA never updated to reflect this change. So in walks our simple plugin replacement aptly named Simple Google reCAPTCHA. The plugin only requires that you sign up for reCAPTCHA and follow the steps to acquire a site key and secret key […]
New Plugin: Feed Key Generator
By Michael Ha on November 9, 2011
The “Feed Key Generator” plugin is now released for all UBC Blogs users. The plugin enables access to your private blogs’ feeds through a 40 character key which you can give out to anyone that you wish to enable access for. Furthermore, you can always reset the key if you feel the current key might […]
Open Attribute plugin now available.
By S on September 20, 2011
The Open Attribute plugin has now been added to UBC Blogs. The plugin allows a user to add licensing and attribution information into a blog post / or entire site. Advanced options such as the ability to opt out posts from licensing, add multiple licenses and tweak the look of the license output. Top enable […]
Remote Publishing is now working.
By S on May 30, 2011
A long standing bug has been fixed that was preventing users from using the xml-rpc remote publishing features on UBC Blogs. For those unaware of the feature you can use this to post / edit content using native iPhone/iPad, Android or BlackBerry apps. To get this going on your blog follow these three steps: 1) […]
New Plugin: FD Feedburner
By Michael Ha on January 27, 2011
We’ve added a new plugin: FD Feedburner Plugin Redirects the main feed and optionally the comments feed seamlessly and transparently to Feedburner.com. If you are already using Feedburner.com, it’s very easy to add an email subscription box to your blog. Check out my blog post.
New Plugin: Feed Cache Duration
By Michael Ha on December 6, 2010
Plugin Description: Control the amount of time that the feed cache is stored for. (this time is important if you want to updates external feeds more reguraly)