WordPress updated. It might have left behind a problem.
Mistakes, oh how they shine.
A theme changed happened. You probably didn’t notice. I like it.
Sometimes good ideas come back to haunt you.
WordPress is not my friend.
Ah, so I was looking at some stuff this last week and realized I had let a few things slip by me when it comes to site footprints. (Notably, not footprint, which would imply how large my site is and how much space it takes up on my hosting plan, which is not what I’m … Continue reading Footprints and Your <head>
Updated to WordPress 3.3 and I like what I see. :)
My lack of design skills often irritates me, but that doesn’t mean I want to give up on design. I discuss my struggle with using WordPress, designing HTML websites, and what I plan for this site.
I’ve recently switched the particular anti-spam plugin that I use on my websites (those I run on WordPress anyway). I traded Akismet for Growmap Anti-Spambot Plugin.
ScribeFire is an in-browser blogging tool that lets you write posts, edit posts, and post posts to your blog, but the image editing capabilities of ScribeFire might leave something to be desired.