WordPress Custom Fields and Keys

I just realized what Custom Fields are for! That stuff is genius. Keys and values. Reminds me of the Windows registry. Of course, lots of stuff uses the same kind of thing for organizing and storing data and config info.

I’m going to install the WordPress Paged Comments plugin, found at Keyvan’s excellent site.

// Individual posts can still enable paged comments by adding a custom
// field: ‘paged_comments’ with the value ‘on’.

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  2. […] Match 19, 2006 update: I was thinking of closing comments, but now that I have Paged Comments, it looks okay. I’ll leave it open, at least for the time being. So you can discuss Gmail here. But I really think that it’s much better to discuss in the Gmail forum instead. // Used for showing and hiding user information in the comment form function ShowUtils() { document.getElementById(“authorinfo”).style.display = “”; document.getElementById(“showinfo”).style.display = “none”; document.getElementById(“hideinfo”).style.display = “”; } function HideUtils() { document.getElementById(“authorinfo”).style.display = “none”; document.getElementById(“showinfo”).style.display = “”; document.getElementById(“hideinfo”).style.display = “none”; } […]

  3. Can you get into more detail on why Custom Fields are so valuable for a blog. I’m still trying to grasp the practical usage of it. Also will your reply automatically be sent to my email? If not would you be so kind as to send it to me? thanks for the help!

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