This new WordPress interface that is based on “blocks” that can contain paragraphs, images, headings, etc., is really growing on me. I don’t know if or when we’ll get this interface at my day job, but it’ll probably be a long, long time because I think WP 5.0 breaks most of hacky plugins that “real” … Continue reading The new WordPress with ‘blocks’ has rekindled my interest
tl;dr Now that social media is king, post-WordPress blogging systems don’t want to deal with comments, outsourcing them to services such as Disqus. But blogs are better with comments, and WordPress’ native commenting is worth a look. Static-site generators have been turning the heads of developers who blog ever since the Ruby-powered Jekyll was first … Continue reading What is WordPress’ secret sauce?
I saw someone else using this blog theme called Resonar, and I immediately switched this blog over to it. It’s the kind of minimalist theme that users of static blog generators seem to really like. Continue reading This super-minimalist WordPress.com theme is called Resonar
I just wanted to say that WordPress has been around a long time. This blog theme offers a continuous scroll. (Or do they call it an endless page?) I’m not going to run down social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram), but a blog is different, even though WordPress has taken pains to integrate social media into … Continue reading WordPress has been around a long time
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