Yes, I did it

I upgraded to WordPress 2.3.1 today (from 2.2.3; worked quite well; I had only forgotten to modify the size of and had to repair some category names :wall: ) – and I added tags to all previous 150 posts. (The dull weather was ideal for that… and on Sundays, the traffic here is the lowest.)

Currently, there are 84 tags that now serve nicely as “mini categories” – finally including “Wuselbrusel” (a fantasy word for “nonsense, meaningless, boring, other…”

In the footer, there’s now the “mandatory” big tag cloud, and almost all buttons from the sidebar fell down there, too. I don’t like it 100% yet, but we’ll see… And below the single-post view, I’ll add I added links to “related posts” by tags some time soon.


  1. O

    Ohne Probleme? Na dann werde ich mich auch trauen.

  2. c

    Ich hab aber auch vorher (mit 2.3.0) in einer lokalen XAMPP-Installation (fast) alles mit den (z.T. aktualisierten) Plugins und Funktionen ausprobiert und, wo nötig, angepasst.

    Kann nicht schaden… so hab ich auch gemerkt, dass “Simple Tags” sich anscheinend nicht ganz mit dem Language Switcher verträgt (was dich natürlich nicht betrifft).

  3. b

    HURRA. Danke fürs wuselbrusel :mrgreen:

  4. c

    Gern geschehen – ist ja auch ’n schönes Wort :mrgreen:

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