If you’ve never gained, then lost (then regained) weight, this metaphor may be meaningless to you. If you have gone through that experience, you’re probably familiar with holding on to an item of clothing that no longer fits, but you hold on to it because “It might fit again someday if I go on a […]
I must say that moving back to WordPress from Jekyll was far easier than moving to Jekyll from WordPress. Because I made sure to structure URLs the same way on both platforms, all links should still work. If you happen across any hiccups, do let me know.
Just a note to let you know that you may experience some downtime and/or 404 not found messages while trying to access this content over the next little while. I’ve decided to move away from WordPress and give hosting a static website a try. Why am I doing this? It has nothing to do with […]
How Is Your Blog Doing from Elan Morgan I’ve been at this blogging/online journaling thing for over 20 years now. Maybe it makes sense that I’ve reached a point in my life that I’m not sure what the next steps for this blog will be. Maybe that’s actually OK. Elan Morgan‘s slide deck from the […]
I enable comments on a post-by-post basis on this blog because I don’t tend to get very many comments these days. I’d like to keep some sort of feedback loop going, though. I’d love it if there were a way to replace the comment form with a “respond to this on Twitter” form. Does such […]
I’ve used Google fonts with various levels of success in WordPress themes before, but this method used by Natalie MacLees, which involves editing your theme’s functions.php file is easier, and it follows WordPress’ best practices for adding styles to a theme.
In case you’re wondering what’s going on around here these days, I’ve decided to split my blog into two domains. I’m planning to use this space to talk about professional pursuits, librarianship, digital services, and content strategy. If you’re interested in the personal side of Cecily (including bikey posts) head on over to Skeskali.com. A […]
Feeling like it’s time to shake things up and start again. Stay tuned.