Yes, you may take content from my website for your own work under the conditions described in the imprint. But this does not mean that you can use the complete HTML documents without any change!
The Multicolumn Category Widget for WordPress now shows a placeholder text for the title in the configuration so you can see which default title will be used if you don’t enter a custom title.
“Accessibility” is being an important topic for me for many years. Therefore I take care that the content of my web site is useable with any browser or device.
Anyway I’ve overlooked one thing: people have a problem if they are blind or may use computers only with limited physical abilities and the web site displays an extensive menu above the content.
At the beginning of this week my server became a target for a DDoS attack which eventually caused a massive overload. Therefore all websites on the machine where temporary not avaible any longer. The goal of this attack was obviously an attempt to exploit the pingback vulnerabilty of WordPress which already had been reported in March.
Update 2014-08-07: In fact it’s more likely that a problem in PHP in the context of XML had been exploited, also see this post about the details.
Since a while Google Maps also offers a 3D view in modern browsers which support WebGL – similar to the way it is possible with the separate application „Google Earth“. For this you just have to click the “Earth” symbol in the lower left corner of the map view:
If you are not sure if your browser generally supports WebGL you may first try my little example for WebGL.
The Multicolumn Category Widget had been extended by an additional option which allows to display the number of posts behind the category names.