I’ve turned my really simple PHP breadcrumbs into a Textpattern plugin. (updated June 18: v. 0.2)
Let me know how it goes. Don’t forget to activate it in the Plugins panel before using. Check the documentation, too.
Writer, WordPress consultant, recent MLIS grad
I did this very same thing not too long ago.
After contmplating suicide, I used an older version of script you listed above with some modifications of my own and re-imported about 2000 entries for several blogs I host.
Besides backing up the SQL server, I also came up with another way to add some security against losing the data. I have two BSD boxes, so I installed mySQL on the second box and set up data replication.. What happens is the second SQL server acts as a slave and automatically updates itself from whatever goes into the master SQL server. Documentation on how to do this is here: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/Replication.html
With replication and my own backup scripts, I should be OK in case I hose things again
Jeff Adams says
Thanks for the plugin but it is only giving me a link to my Home and not any other directories. If I am in mydomain.com/about/ it only outputs Home.
Sorry I did not check back because someone is helping me out. Thanks for the interest.
This link doesn’t work. There should be a central repository for tp plugins
Is this plugin still availble?
No, and I need to amend the post to say so. It never quite worked properly, and someone else came along with one that did.