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.
Last night I spent a bit of time working on francesdath.info, which I’ve been shifting into WordPress recently. I wanted to recreate the video playlist I had, but using some kind of dynamic method via the WordPress editing page. Flowplayer, … Continue reading
I spent this afternoon working on a site for Daniel Schlusser that is hidden from view but close to completion. My task for the day was getting video into blog posts using all my favourite things. I won’t scare the … 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
I spent about all of five seconds last night adding scriptygoddess show/hide extended field piece of code. I’ve been a big fan of EastSouthWestNorth pretty much since I discovered blogs about 18 months ago, and always thought his inclusion of … Continue reading