Well, it’s been a long time in coming but now it’s here with any luck we won’t have to roll it back… a major backend upgrade for edublogs.org. This should fix a number of things including password protected posts, some commenting problems, category issues, uploading and dragging of files using browsers other than Mozilla and [...]
It’s pretty much at the end of each month… when the bandwidth limits are drawing near… that the only downside of running edublogs.org kicks in. Essentially we’re going to need a dedicated server very very soon as in the first place we’re running out of bandwidth / space and in the second I figure [...]
Two big bits of theme news today. The demise of the grey bar & editable themes! First up I’m sorry, really really sorry, I was having a look at those little grey bars at the top of the themes today and they’re *so* bad. Utterly amateur. I do want us to have something on each [...]
Hmmmm, seems like users who have upgraded to FF 1.5 are having some problems posting to their blogs. Am on holidays at the moment but will do my best to sort this out asap, in the meantime IE will work (never thought I’d say that!)
Hey, we won :) Most innovative edublogging project, service or programme: Edublogs.org But what’s more guess who also won! Best Library/Librarian Blog: Joyce Valenza’s NeverEnding Search Congratulations too to Smelly Knowledge and The adventures of the 14 day thesis who also did darn well.
You might have noticed that after a rather large pile of consideration about how I could best advertise edublogs.org through each edublog… I ended up with the only really feasible option being the little grey bar you’ll now find at the top of your blog. I’ve tried to keep it as innocuous as possible and [...]