There is no vulnerability in WP Super Cache. Chris blogged about it after we spent a late night of debugging it until 1.30am. But if:
- You are using Windows (props Computer Guru)
- You are using a Red Hat or Cent OS system, or just having problems with compressed content (props Dennis)
- You want to use the reject uri function
- You want to try out the new automatic .htaccess rule generator
- You want WordPress searches to work again
then you should head to the download page and try the development version of the plugin. Official release tomorrow probably.
I tell ya, I have learned more about Apache, content types, mod_rewrite, IIS and Red Hat vs Debian differences with this project than I ever could have considered healthy.
- Joseph linked to How to Debug PHP with Vim and XDebug on Linux. I started reading but then I realised I had to compile Vim again! I’ll stick with my error_log(). Inertia is a bitch isn’t it?
- Haha. Hugh responds to requests for a Facebook cartoon. (via Damien)
- Google is abusing nofollow? Credit where credit is due. That’s just mean.
- Akismet announces Defensio. So, who’ll hack both their plugins to compare results? Should be easy. Should be interesting! Chris is comparing the two on different blogs. Excellent.
- The WordPress MU Codex is going to get another boost when we start populating it with useful nuggets of information from the forum. More documentation, more help, less frustration.
- OK, so how many Irish and UK natives sneer, sniff and give out about the Polish people living here and in the UK? This is what happened to Joe who broke his ankle in Poland. Wouldn’t you just love if your hospital was that good?
He arrived in the hospital at 10:15am, He was wheeled into the doctor at 10:30am and then taken for an X-Ray. By 11am it was confirmed that his ankle was broken and it was reset. By 11:15am his ankle had been placed in a cast and by 11:30am he was back in his hotel eating his lunch. 1 hour 15 minutes, done and dusted.
- Stephen Fry bemoans the advent of modern cameras and mobile phones. Gone are the days of the simple autograph.
- IPhone Day in the UK today! Fanboys started queueing For the iPhone release in the UK, yesterday. Unfortunately for them they have to deal with British weather. Whycantheywaitafewdays…
- Googlehacks is a neat front end to Google allowing you to find music, books, videos and other things online. via and Digg so you all probably saw this too 🙂
8 thoughts on “Donncha's Friday Links”
The search still doesn’t work on super cached pages…
Only those lines of dynamic content…how does this plugin (and even the old one) handle dynamic stuff like popularity contest, etc?
Baz – are you using some sort of Ajax powered search or the regular “?s=searchterm” search? The regular search will work fine.
Argh, sorry, I spoke too soon. I see what you mean about the search. I’ll have to think about that, but should be easy enough to fix.
I guess you can’t have it both ways. It’s either cached of dynamic right?
Then I’ll only be using this on 2/3 of my blogs.
I’ve switched back to wp-cache for right now, sorry :). I need the search man.
But in case you don’t hear this enough: EXCELLENT PLUGIN!!!!
I had to disable the compression on super-cache… I changed themes and people were getting a .GZ file instead of the Blog… Not good. so, I still use it, just the compression needs to be fixed… and be told. DON’T send the GZ file to people coming to the Blog… 🙂
Also, sometimes, for some oddball reason my header graphic doesn’t load, and I have to clear th cache to get it to appear… can we fix that?
Chuck – I think this post probably explains why some of your users are seeing gzip files, that’s an easy fix thankfully!