Hit or Miss

MovableType 3.1 Released

I’ve been enjoying the dynamic publishing power of WordPress, but I miss the templating system of MovableType. Solution? MovableType 3.1 has been released, which features dynamic pages. I’ll have to test it out in a subdirectory and see if it’s worth switching to…

8 responses so far (Respond)


We’d be glad to have you back, Matt. 🙂 Let me know what your experience is either way, I’m curious as a PHP guy myself.

Anil | 31 Aug 2004

You’re already running a 1.3 alpha, so you know some of the cool stuff in store. Might as well wait it out until the final release (or at least the beta). 😉 After trying out MT 3.1 if you have any ideas or requests please send them my way.

Other Matt | 31 Aug 2004

Wow. Two Internet superstars commenting on one entry!

Tin Man | 31 Aug 2004

Two? Nah, I’m totally Anil’s groupie.

Other Matt | 1 Sep 2004

do plugins work when a page is served dynamically?

charles | 1 Sep 2004

I haven’t been able to get MT 3.1 to work yet (I can’t make the initial log in work), but I’ve read elsewhere that plugins won’t work on dynamic pages — new PHP versions of the plugins are required.

Matt | 4 Sep 2004

I just think it’ll be cool if Anil and Photo Matt to started a comment war on your weblog. Make ’em fight with swords!

Ernie | 4 Sep 2004

One, two, three, four,
I declare a comment war!

Bill | 4 Sep 2004