Updated to WordPress 5.5 and everything appears to be in working order. I’m reading lots of comments on Twitter about serious bugs but I haven’t come across any yet.
The SemPress theme was also updated with a better integration of Syndication Links and Post Kinds plugins. It looks nice.
A WordPress plugin that allows you to easily create a huge variety of social media post types to own your social media life online.
I like what this plugin does but if you turn it off the major part of your post content disappears. I’m a bit worried about what would happen if Post Kinds were to stop working at some point in the future.
In this third episode of An IndieWeb Podcast, I invited Chris to discuss my project of the last few months, the IndieAuth endpoints for WordPress, and some related Micropub work I’ve been doing, and some other ideas, and try to teach him about IndieAuth, so far as I understand it.
Interesting chat about some of the bits and pieces I’m using to run this site.
Third party apps like Quill are sending notes to WordPress using the Aside format which doesn’t look good with this theme. I’m trying to find the way to completely remove theme support for asides but can’t find useful information anywhere.
A fix has been found for the Micropub plugin errors which is why I’m posting another "test" just to make sure.
The Independent Publisher WordPress theme has a few quirks that I hope will be ironed out in the next version. For now I’m trying out Sempress.
Reposted: The Open Web – Brandon Kraft
The hard part is keeping the end user in mind. I’ve recently setup a few pieces of indieweb concepts on my site, but it isn’t something that I would expect my wife or a random end user to do. It isn’t obvious why one would do this, it is a bit clunky, the workflows aren’t straight-forward yet. I think they can get there.
If any group of people can bring IndieWeb concepts to the mass of users it’s WordPress. As I’ve said elsewhere I don’t know one line of code from another. Plugins are helping me get more connected.