Wordpress has really come a long way since I first started using it back when it was version 1.0. It now has a nice clean admin interface (although I am currently using the tiger style admin), a clean and simple installation script, and my new favorites, dynamic sidebars and widgets. However, I noticed that the default links widget creates invalid XHTML markup. After a few minutes of looking through the XHTML and widgets.php file, I realized that the culprit was in fact a core wordpress bug. Currently, wordpress creates widgets with the following code:

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'before_widget' => '<li id="%1$s" class="widget %2$s">',
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Andrew Vayanis

I am a Software Engineer, Technologist, Gamer, but most importantly, I am a student of life.


Engineering Lead


California, USA