WordPress 3.0 is working well

I have been using WordPress 3.0 over the weekend and things are working quite well. I am really enjoying it. The bulk changes, the management, and flexibility are working great.
One of the best things I like is the new default template. It is one of the best templates that I have found with WordPress. It is nice looking, extremely flexible, and robust.

0 Replies to “WordPress 3.0 is working well”

  1. I use Firefox & Google Chrome and it wasn’t till about a month later that I realised that my website pages that contained a PollDaddy poll would crash when using I.E! Has anyone else had this problem or know what it may be?

    The Error Message that pops up says;

    “Internet Explorer cannot open the Internat site http://example.com/example-page/.

    Operation aborted”

    Then closes the site!


  2. I followed the directions in the video but when I selected the poll I created in an entry field, it did not offer me appearance options, and would not publish to my blog. I use firefox with a MacBook.


  3. Hi
    I created a poll but it is not visible on my blog. many of my friend whom I told about the poll have asked where to go and I have no answer


    1. PollDaddy isn’t included with self-installed versions of WordPress yet. However, if you head to Plugins > Add New and run a search for PollDaddy, you’ll find a plugin that you can install to add these features to your blog.


  4. We recently installed the PollDaddy plugin on our WordPress 2.8 site, and received reports from various readers of having trouble opening the website when using IE6 and IE7.

    I see that this problem has been reported previously (https://wordpress.tv/2009/01/05/creating-a-polldaddy-poll/#comment-514), and that posting the flash version will alleviate the problem. This is a sub-optimal solution, as we have to tweak the code manually to get it to appear the way we wish it to each time we post a poll.

    Is there a solution in the works for the IE crashing problem?


  5. Love the PollDaddy software and think it is out of this world. The only concern I have after checking this out further are the prices after the sign up fee on the Pro and Pro2 accounts.

    This would realy be of concern where you have a large site that does not earn much revenue but has thousands upon thousands of user wishing to be involved in an ongoing Poll. At 4 cents or 2 cents per response after the initial 1000 or 10,000 response respectively, this could be quite costly!

    I guess this calls for some sponsorship.


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