Link captions simplify the attribution of Creative Commons photos shared in the public domain.
Before using any photo, check the licensing conditions first.
At Flickr, these are listed in the right sidebar under the sub-heading Additional Information.
Please don’t just take, but contact the photographer and ask for permission. If you are using Creative Commons photos and graphics, which are free for non-commercial use, please follow the attribution conditions listed in the license. Usually this is the name, nom de web, or website address of the photographer and a link to the photo used. Contact the photographer to ask how he or she would like to be listed.
I am having some problems with the .htaccess file on the WordPress level. I tried regenerating the permalinks. Hope that will help for a while.
A couple of days ago there was a lonely s at the end of the file. Amakhala scared.
I am seeing a lot of “MySQL server has gone away” error messages in different context,
e.g. when I updated the WP install, when I try to access the website, in the right-hand area displaying categories.
I asked the hosting company and they pointed me to this link (which I haven’t tried yet).
For a couple of days, the WordPress installation at Chiperoni was broken. The framework of the website was displaying but all content within a blog post or page had disappeared. I could see the content in the admin view.
I finally found the culprit: version 1.01 of a plugin called Markdown from early WordPress installs was causing this display error:
Interestingly the site worked fine directly after installing 2.8. This error only displayed a couple of days later. And at first I didn’t link it to the upgrade.
Unfortunately I did not get much of a response at WordPress.org. Thank you to Esmi for responding. I appreciate your help. Let me just add: the lack of response is very different from the pioneer days in 2003 and 2004 when I first started evaluating and using WordPress. There are a huge number of queries and an individual – and dumb – question like mine doesn’t get any notice any more. The downside of going mainstream…
Apologies to all regular Chiperoni visitors for the recent downtimes and techie problems. There are plans to move to a new server…