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Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, IndieWeb, mnemonics, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation
RSVP invited · Issue #156 · pfefferle/wordpress-semantic-linkbacks https:/
When Brid.gy sends webmentions for people invited via a Facebook POSSE copy, the webmentions for these people don't show up properly in comments because `semantic_linkbacks_type` is set to "invite" instead of "rsvp:invited".
Manually effecting the change in the database provides the expected display. See: http:/
Theme display issue with Twenty Fourteen · Issue #15 · pfefferle/wordpress-uf2
I'm not currently using it, so it's not a priority (and it may not be uf2s fault based on my brief tests), but so everyone is aware, I'll mention that when using the standard WP Twenty Fourteen theme in conjunction with uf2, the display of the site is thrown out of whack and it only displays the left column and compacts the main content area into ~300px rather than the full ~900px. For those familiar the 3x2 grid of featured posts on the front page displays as a single 1x6 column instead, (akin to making it look like its outputting for a mobile platform rather than desktop).
I've used several dozen other themes (including most of the WordPress default yearly themes) in conjunction with uf2 and haven't seen anything like this, which makes me think it's a bug with the Twenty Fourteen theme.
I'll crosspost this to WP.org so they're aware too.
So yesterday there were 5 hits on this post, while today there were 37. This post is currently ranked #6 on a google search for the string "Chris Aldrich Dating Naked". A Google search on "Chris Aldrich" is substantively the same as the past several months except that the profile page for the "other" Chris on VH1's site is ranked #2, while an EW.com article is ranked #8. His twitter account logs in at #15 and the next closest mention is at #69 for an US Magazine article. On Twitter, @ChrisAldrich860 currently has 139 followers.