Bing spelling suggestions and WordPress search

I’m a truly terrible speller, so when I was testing out the search functionality on this site it became very clear to me how much I rely on Google’s spelling suggestions and how deficient any search without that feature feels. I was surprised to find that there were no existing WordPress plugins that could easily add this functionality, so I decided to see how hard it would be to implement that functionality myself. As it turns out, with the right API account a simple spelling suggest feature is fairly straightforward to build. How to do it

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Linking to a CodePlex project’s latest source code

CodePlex is a source code distribution platform that stacks up against the competition (like GitHub) very nicely. The one feature I found myself wishing I could find for my CodePlex projects is one that GitHub does very easily: permanent links to download the latest source code of a project. Even though this isn’t provided by CodePlex itself, it’s fairly easy to set up your own service to link to your latest code. How to do it

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