While working on upgrading another author’s site this morning I stumbled across a .. neat feature of wp_list_pages.
It has come to my attention from a couple twitter Advisors, @Dr_Mike and @stealthiscomic that quite a few wordpress/comicpress users still have their comics directory for everyone to view. This isn’t secure in the fact that if people post their comics in advanced for pre-publishing users can read ahead in their archives. This also opens up to the possibility of people pilfering the entire archive without viewing the ads on your pages.
In Comicpress and other wordpress themes i’ve noticed that there are multiple different ways that the <title> code can be outputted to the users browsers. Several of them .. *including* mine have bloginfo(‘name’); showing up in the code but [not] being echo’d out to the title line which is causing some strange behavior.
The regular stock ComicPress does not include the Atom Feed in the so that browsers can recognize that there is an Atom Feed available (which is available on all wordpress installs)
According to various websites on this issue where I was researching this information there is a way to create a custom html/php page to output when a database error occures. This was implemented in version 2.3.2 of WordPress.