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If you use the Amazon Product In A Post Plugin on WordPress you might have either not upgraded yet or decided to not upgrade because the shortcode syntax has changed. You can get around not upgrading by updating the WordPress post content immediately after you upgrade the Amazon Product In A Post Plugin. Below I describe the version that I upgraded and the MySQL syntax used to update the shortcode syntax to display Amazon products in WP posts.

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At one point during the election in 2008 I signed up for text messages from Barrack Obama’s campaign. After the election I completely forgot about signing up for the text messages and didn’t receive any for almost a year after Obama was elected. Anyhow at one point I all of the sudden started receiving text messages again and honestly just didn’t want to receive them anymore. At times they came early in the morning or late at night and it just became annoying. Below is information on how to stop receiving the text messages from 62262 which is Barrack Obama’s short code.

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Working on a project for a client a couple days ago I needed a good way to display WordPress blogroll links on various pages and posts. The plugin would hopefully provide a method to sometimes display all blogroll links and other times display only blogroll links of a specific category. Below I discuss the plugin I settled on and some of the capabilities of the plugin.

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I was working on my personal blog and wanted to add the date or a date range to the top of each gallery when they are listed out. The blog I am speaking of uses WordPress, WP version 2.7, with the NextGen Gallery plugin, NGG version 1.2.1, for pictures. I list the all of the galleries by using the album compact function so the below howto relates to that function only. What it will do is simply print out anything in the description field right above the image you have highlighted for each gallery. Since I was not using the description for anything else I just add the date or a date range into that field such as 01-01-2009 or 04-16-2009 to 08-10-2009.  Follow the directions below and you can print out anything you like above each gallery listing.

The NextGen Gallery shortcode used to display the galleries:

[album=3,compact]

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