On my websites, I try to focus much more on content than the facade. Don’t get me wrong — I do think presentation is important. Generally speaking, though, once I have a satisfying theme set up I’m not apt to make any significant changes for a while. It seems that the time for change is nigh. Continue reading
I was getting very annoyed with Google+ whenever I’d link to an article on my blog. Instead of showing either the excerpt or the first “x” words of the article text, I’d see instead other administrative text from the source code. A little bit of coding fixed that up quickly and nicely. Continue reading
Brief downtime on July 16, 2011 of all cjcs.com WordPress sites due to a code bug in one of the WordPress routines. A quick patch was spackled on and everything seems to be back up again. Sorry for any inconvenience. Continue reading
With the coming of HTML 5 and CSS 3, will Microsoft Internet Explorer become an also-ran as it falls behind its competition in standards compliance? Continue reading
For good or for ill, I’ve moved TIB over to Wordpress 3.0. What does this mean? For you guys, it pretty much just means that instead of typing “http://cjcs.com/tib” you’ll be typing “http://tib.cjcs.com”. Hopefully that will be the only significant inconvenience you’ll have. Continue reading
wordpress, tweetdeck and UTF-8 code substitutions :: the dustbin. WordPress is great, but it’s generating feed titles that mess up Tweetdeck. Here’s help.