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Update on site update and other updates

Posted on Monday, June 25th, 2012 in site by Ian

The WordPress update is complete. No incidents so far.

Identified WPGPlus, the WordPress Google+ integration plugin, as the source of “A valid URL was not provided” errors when we publish. Disabled it because it never worked once in the first place. Hopefully this will solve the Twitter integration problem too, we’ll find out with this post.

Anonymous read access to the tracker is already fixed.

Sorry for (Enjoy the) extra app notes posts if you’re a hater (lover).

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2 Responses to “Update on site update and other updates”

  1. Ian says:

    Twitter and Facebook integration are working again! Yeah!

  2. Aeroengineer1 says:

    I am noticing that the frames that contain the videos are not always rendering properly. Sometimes they will show a duplicate line of text under the video. Also I have noticed that when I am scrolling, then stop, the frame can be smaller or larger depending on where I stop scrolling. I am running the latest version of FF on Win7.

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