My fourth site to lurch livewards for the month, and the one longest coming. Thomas and I started working on this in late-2011, got mostly finished, took a long pause while he added quite a few projects in-between doing also … Continue reading
My third site for the month, with another finished this morning which I shall announce shortly, and another due end-of-month-ish, makes this the most keyboard-mashing few weeks I think I’ve ever had. So, kitaonline.com is not a place where parents hand … Continue reading
More or less done … all over but the screaming of editing the database by hand. (sure to find horridness though…)
Slight progression. Post formats work (as an aside, I am an aside). Different footers for single post pages. Discovering the horrible tension between ‘child theme’ and writing ugly hacks to cripple the parent.
Shall go and do proper work now.
I’ve never been so taken by my design website, in respect to design having been thrown into a free template, and in respect to its purpose. On Friday evening, having just finished something or other, I thought perhaps I could … Continue reading
I’ve been adding video to francesdath.info the past few days, and also felt a compulsion to make the site multilingual in English, German, and Chinese. In the process I discovered some brilliant stuff that makes me want to run around … Continue reading
This morning I launched the website for the 2011 Touch&Play Festival. Still a bit to do, and content is still being added, but festival director Daniel Hayes and I are rather happy. You can read about it more on my … Continue reading
When supernaut first began, there was barely much of the internet as it is now. I had decided to use Movable Type for my blog and WordPress was not even a year old – I don’t think I’d even heard … Continue reading
Daniel Jaber is the second choreographer and dancer I’ve done a website for. Coming from Dasniya Sommer, I was intent on messing around with jQuery again, and finding something distinctive to build his site around. The initial site, as with … Continue reading
That will teach me to brazenly copy-paste with no thought to the consequences. Wondering why new posts weren’t showing up, I discovered I’d replaced the index page template with the entire contents of my darling blog’s statically-generated page through some … Continue reading