It’s spring. I’m feeling the itch. The itch, that is, to vary up the look of the website. So, I created a custom stylesheet to overlay formatting styles on top of Tarski. I’ve done this before; that was how my Doctor Who look two years ago worked. Tarski was the underlying code, and then aContinue reading “On Redecoration”
Well, that was a frustrating two hours of working with PHP code. :-/ Our story began last week; I changed my blog’s theme to Tarski, which I ran with for a while and really liked. (To be honest, I don’t even remember why I changed.) Tarski is not easy to work with under the hood,Continue reading “On Early Morning Coding”
Christmas has passed (unless you’re Orthodox, and then you have a few days left), and I felt the itch. The itch to change my blog theme, that is. I had a wintry theme going for the holidays. The holidays are past. “Change, m’dear, and not a moment too soon!” and all that. 🙂 And sinceContinue reading “On Changing the Decorations”
I’d felt the itch for a few weeks. I wanted a different look and feel for the website. It wasn’t that I’d grown disenchanted with the Tarski theme, as I hadn’t. Truthfully, I think it’s a fantastic layout and extremely extensible as long-time readers of this website know–using the same basic layout I’ve gone fromContinue reading “On Redecoration”
Hopefully, this will be the last post on upgrading WordPress. Hopefully. 😉 It took about two hours, but the sidebar links finally work again. It wasn’t an easy fix–I dug through files of the WordPress code to figure out how the new WordPress code passed arguments to the database to pull link categories and, byContinue reading “On Getting Things Fixed”
This is a test of the Asides feature of Tarski, to see how it formats.