Everyone knows my blog is powered by MovableType. Actually I start to blog from MovableType 3.11. There is a mt.js file in root of the blog. It is 20K after generating by MovableType 4.26. Then to make it smaller. I use Yuicompressor which is provided by Yahoo Developer Network. Then it is only 13K. And
I have not upgrade to 4.25 when MovableType 4.25 released. Because I failed to upgrade my Unofficial MT site at that time. But I did a wonderful upgrade from MT 4.25 to 4.26. And this blog is based on MovableType 4.24 before upgrade. Now the upgrade it so smoothly. I have the screen shot of
The scenario is I have a blog powered by Movabletype. All html files. Later I need it to be running like a php file. Then I can add php codes inside without changing extension name from html to php. I’d like to keep the URL. The blog is about five years old. OK. Two years
I am just notified that MovableType 4.25 released on March 17, 2009. There is no release notes of this version. The Unofficial Movabletype Blog has a brand new installation of it, with Motion. It is a rush release. I don’t think they are ready to release it. More support will be need if you upgrade
It is time to upgrade Movable Type 4.23 to 4.24. The steps to upgrade is followed my own upgrading procedures here. * Release Type: Security Release. This update fixes a serious potential vulnerability which has not yet been exploited in the wild. * Mandatory? Yes, this is a mandatory security upgrade. * Performance Implications: None.
reCaptcha has new plugin for MovableType. It is more easy when install it on MovableType 4.23. reCaptcha.7z The following installation howto includes MoveableType 4.0, 4.1. and 4.2. I applied it on my MovableType 4.23. It works perfect.
It is a mandatory security upgrade. There is no MT4.22 for some unknown reason. So I upgraded my MovableType 4.21 to 4.23. change logs here. * Release Type: Security Release. This update fixes a potential vulnerability which has not yet been exploited in the wild. * Mandatory? Yes, this is a mandatory security upgrade. *