Almost past us, I think it is time to take a look back and take stock of 2010, and see what the year brought.
If you have left a comment, you might have noticed that there is a message for you before the comment field, that looks like this: It’s pretty simple to implement, though you do need to muck about a very little bit in php. Here’s how:
After reading this post at NRKBeta (link in Norwegian), I decided to follow suit, and install a theme to help speed up access to my blog from mobile devices.
I’ve been running my blog on Wordpres for over a month now, and I am mostly happy with what I’m seeing. It does most of what I want it to do natively. As for what it doesn’t do natively, there is usually a plugin to do that for you. The only thing I’ve as… Continue reading WordPress and the Mystery of the Disappearing Line Breaks
I have been thinking of migrating my blog from Blogger to a WordPress-solution hosted on my own domain. After doing some research, I decided “what the heck”, and downloaded and installed the package. The installation went without a hitch, and I went on to find a decent theme for the blog. Having downloaded and installed… Continue reading Migrating from Blogger to WordPress
I’ve been using twitter for a while now, and lately, I’ve been posting my blog posts as tweets. However, I don’t do it manually. Rather, I’ve set it up to be posted automagically. Setting it up is as simple as it could possibly be. Here’s how:
One of the big things of today is micro-blogging. If you don’t know what it is, think of Facebook, and then think of the status field in Facebook. Strip most of the other functionality away. That’s microblogging. In other words; microblogging is responding to the question “What are you doing right now?” I’ve got… Continue reading Adding a Twitter feed to Blogspot
From time to time, people comment on my blogposts (you may too by the way, just click the “# COMMENTS” link below to comment on this post), and at times they even comment on very old blogposts, such as this one, dated September 14th, 2007. The problem with this is that unless you actually read… Continue reading Blogger – displaying the latest comments gadget
As you might notice, I’ve got a favicon, a small picture, on my blog. Here’s what it looks like in Firefox: It’s actually pretty simple to implement in Blogger. To do it, you’ll need to have somewhere to store the favicon file. Favicons are imagefiles (dimensions 16 by 16 pixels) ending in .ico.… Continue reading Adding a favicon to a Blogger or BlogSpot blog