We will miss you, Grandpa.
Some of my recent website updates have provided the ability for me to easily build and maintain multiple blogs on one site. All of my posts so far have been about the work put in to building the site to this point, and now I'd like to prepare this space for more personal posts.
I've copied all of my older posts to a new website project area. I will also keep the posts locally to this blog space for posterity.
That Syntax Highlighter library I added yesterday has been upgraded from the version found on Google Code. The latest version by the author has a few more syntaxes, a different approach to calling for highlighting, an autoloader (which I won't use as I'm doing all the work myself already), and a slight change to the syntax selection.
I've upgraded the library files, am skipping the autoloader, skipping the legacy proxy, and am curious about the change to the toolbar space as it appears functionality may be lost.
<html> <head> <title>Test 2</title> </head> <body> <p><center>Hello again, world!</center></p> </body> </html>
<html> <head> <title>Test</title> </head> <body> <p><center>Hello, world!</center></p> </body> </html>
Today I fixed a bug with the post links in the RSS feed, and moved my posts to subdirectories for better organization.
Today I added an RSS feed to the blog. It includes the full post content, not just the snippet.
Earlier this morning I pushed out my latest updates and found a few problems. Today I went about fixing things, and added another feature to make blog posts have Previous and Next post links at the bottom of the page.
I have now implemented adding blog posts by creating separate .post files.
Included in this is an after-the-fold piece so that the blog front page can be trim and show snippets of posts, with links to the complete post. As demonstrated here:
Some years ago I purchased this domain in the hopes of using it to express myself on the Internet.