Yesterday I looked into converting the blog to Jekyll for better performance and all the other benefits, but ended up merely doing a storage/holder [or mirror] on GitHub for most of the posts and pages located on the master blog [i.e k0nsl.org] and the conversion process went quite well with no hiccups to talk about.
Just a quick update from me today. I came home from Norway early this morning, had a nice time there As for the blog, well, somehow I managed to mess up the formatting on almost all pages (it’s just a blob of text now). As you may be aware if you read this blog I’ve
I’m currently testing Pancake (see: https://github.com/pp3345/Pancake) but have ran into some issues I’m not sure how to deal with yet. I managed to fully install WordPress 3.5 and can occasionally see the various pages if I hit refresh in the browser, two or three times. FYI, the whole installation process of WordPress worked flawlessly… Here’s
It looks as if my blog is topping on Google for the following query: https://www.google.com/search?q=holocaust+believer It’s rightfully tough being a Holocaust Believer in 2012! We live, for the most part, in societies and communities that are void from superstition with a mindset based on scientific evaluation rather than belief in the irrational, illogic and superstitious
I have spent a bit of time removing and purging left overs from software previously used on k0nsl.org and now most of it has been removed and replaced with new ones. For example I previously used eAccelerator (and sometimes xcache); these two have been removed (in the case of xcache) and replaced with APC Object
I’m testing out a new style for my blog seeing as I’ll be upgrading to WP 3.5 within the next couple of days. So far it looks O-K. If you discover any particular issues please report them. There may be some minor issues here & there. By the way, I’ve been busy with other commitments the last
I recently made a post at the WordPress Forums > http://wordpress.org/support/topic/challenge-passage?replies=2 In this topic I asked: I’m wondering if somebody has ever coded a challenge passage for WP? If you don’t know what a challenge passage is then let me explain really briefly: A challenge passage is something that locks down the entire site, similar to