Backend Change for JFO (code, not people!)

This is geeky. The short answer is I changed the backend of JFO, and you shouldn’t notice anything weird (except in the forums, I know), but if you do, let me know.

So here’s the silly thing. I’ve actually been running multiple WP blogs to run the site and it drives me nuts. I should have done WPMU (multi-user, which really means multiple blogs, one install), but at the time, WPMU wasn’t the greatest. Anyway, as of a month ago, WP and WPMU have begun to merge to the point that it was testable. I ran a few tests and everything worked so well this morning, I thought … why not.


Seriously. I took backups, good ones, this time. I’m 100% confident I can rollback if this all goes to hell and back.

If you have questions, or see something weird, let me know but before you do, try this:

  1. Erase your browser cookies for
    If you don’t remember your password, that’s okay, you can ask the happy system for a password reset.
  2. Clear your browser’s cache
    This probably won’t need to happen, but it’s useful anyway.

Still got a problem? Email me, comment here, tweet me, whatever. Put in the URL that has the problem (seriously, not ‘the login screen’, I want the URL so I can make sure you’re going to the right place!) and if you think it’ll help, a screenshot.

3 thoughts on “Backend Change for JFO (code, not people!)”

  1. I love your geeky posts. 😎 ( I’m also a blogger and a webmaster, so it’s good to see we all have the same kind of problem/questions 😉 ). So you’re running 3.0 alpha version now ?

    1. Yeah, we’re on 3.0-alpha-bleeding edge.

      I don’t know if I’ll upgrade it again until the official release, unless there’s a sec-fix or something.

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