After the last hack on Will and Beyond, I have given in, and abandoned my own code. It was a sad decision, giving up all of the hard work it took to create the code, but learning the PHP was fun, so it wasn’t a waste by any means. Obviously I’m not a real programmer, and I don’t have the time or ambition to learn much on coding security.
My “security” consisted of just verifying someone had a certain cookie in order to get into the backend I created, which people have fun toying with from time to time. Every now and then, someone would poke in there, but luckily I was able to go into my host’s panel and restore the database. I could have done it again, but they’ve won, it wasn’t worth my time anymore.
Luckily, I stored all of my posts and such in a database I made, and I was able to figure out how to get that into a format to import into WordPress, so here we are. This is just a standard theme for now; at some point in time I’ll probably play with it a bit, but it will do for now.
Anyone who is subscribed via RSS is probably getting a barrage of all of the new posts now that they’re in WordPress. Sorry, but couldn’t think of a way around that.
WordPress works quite well
But it doesn’t feel like mine…
Damn hackers, you win