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Adding Articles and Upgrading WordPress

I’ve spent a little bit of time over the past few days (don’t worry, I’m still working on your wordpress template!) creating a brand new category of entries: articles. Articles are those longer entries that I really just want to add a bit of style to, something that breaks the regular layout, or something that I found I wanted to do but was limited by the entry layout.

You won’t see these too often, but when you do, they should be decent. You can identify them by the § icon next to them.

On another note, while getting my hands dirty messing around with the article format, and simultaneously reading about a brand new exploit to WordPress (no relevance I hope), my admin section started to act a bit funky. I decided that I needed to upgrade in order to save the damn thing. It worked, and I’m now fully upgraded to the latest version.

I made the mistake of turning off the pesky upgrade notification, because I thought, hey, I just got this version, it works, why bother? Don’t do that. Just upgrade when the next version updates.

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