So… I was editing config.js to cut down the option from the default Sakai toolbar configuration for a Sakai build (which makes a huge diffence in being able to see stuff in the richTextAreas). I got burned for a while (well, 10 minutes anyway) due to Firefox and some aggressive JS caching. Did a bunch ...
One too many upgrades introduced a little bit of weirdness — so I’ve reinstalled WordPress and things look great — one click installs make it pretty painless.
Upgraded this blog to WordPress 2.3 — I’m particularly interested in seeing how the new Tagging features work out (I’ve just been pasting Technorati tags into my entries), though I’m sure there’s other goodies here and there.
I do enjoy the way that WordPress includes the edit links at the bottom of the posts if you’re logged in. It certainly makes editing existing entries simpler.
I’m not sure why the layout currently seems to be broken. I’ll be investigating as I investigate more of WordPress in general. _UPDATE:_ The broken layout was caused by text in an entry where angled brackets were not being escaped properly. The NYTimes uses “&rt;” in their article titles, but wordpress did not escape them ...
I’m strongly considering moving to WordPress from Movabletype mostly as I’ve never been able to successfully configure comment spam blocking in MT.