I just upgraded this site to WordPress 2.5 and Tiga v2.3 appears to be working just fine.
If you are running Tiga v2.3 already should be able to upgrade to WordPress v2.5 with no major problems.
If you are running an older version of the Tiga theme, install the 2.2/2.3 patch, . . . → Read More: Tiga and WordPress 2.5
I’m finally releasing version 0.1 of Alex’s Threaded Comments, a WordPress plugin that allows you to add threaded comments to your web site. This plugin is really just a fork of the wonderful Brian’s Threaded Comments plugin (v1.5.12). I added a few bug fixes, a few new features, and a new look. Thanks for . . . → Read More: Alex’s Threaded Comments WordPress Plugin v0.1
I have updated the Tiga theme (which this site uses) to be compatible with both WordPress 2.2 and 2.3.
This update: * Fixes the widget problems that were introduced under WordPress 2.2 (thanks, Otto42 for a solution that was cleaner than mine). * Fixes the blogroll issues that were introduced under WordPress 2.3.
I . . . → Read More: WordPress Tiga theme 2.2 / 2.3 upgrade
By default, WordPress displays categories and archive listings in blog form — that is, by showing either excerpts or the entirety of the last N posts (dependent upon theme). While this is great for reading, it’s less than wonderful when searching for specific past entries.
Category/Archive Indexing is a WordPress plugin that helps . . . → Read More: WordPress Plugin: Category/Archive Indexing
A few days ago, I added a “recent news” box to the front page of the site, which shows the most recent items posted in the News category. It’s the easiest way to find the most up to date news about the site or the C++ Tutorial.
Today when I was investigating how . . . → Read More: Recent news box for Tiga 1.0.2 theme (updated)