The latest version of Semantic-Linkbacks has fixed facepiles on my blog. I always grateful, even though I don’t do much about it for all the work of the #Indiweb and #WordPress developers.
I’ve been asked about this sort of thing a few times now and not had an answer. It came to me on Friday, but I couldn’t test it at lunchtime as we had no internet in school.
I’ve played around with the idea this weekend and it works. Of course it could be a lot prettier.
Basically I’ve set up an Advent Calendar where you can click on doors to revel information. You can only see the content that has been published and the info is qued up in Scheduled posts (pages in this case).
Using the Draw Attention and my favourite Display Posts plugins. Here is the Demo: Advent Calendar – An Example Glow Blog for Christmas
Here is a gif.
A couple of days ago I noticed the webmentions from bridgy had stopped coming in to this blog. It took me a while but I eventually noticed that the icons an links to syndicated posts were not showing up on my posts.
Turns out (I think) that when sempress got updated the space for these links moved to the entry-footer.php file in the theme, I had a entry-footer.php in my child theme. I’ve not had the time to figure out exactly what was going on but removing my child’s entry-footer.php file has sorted it in the meantime. I now need to figure out why I had put it there in the first place.
I am again reminded about the technical debt in using IndieWeb technologies on this blog without the full understanding of what is going on.
Three: History & Examples Commonplace books (or commonplaces) are a way to compile knowledge, usually by writing information into books. They have been kept from antiquity, and were kept particularly during the Renaissance and in the nineteenth century. #HeyPresstoConf20 The following all had/kept c...
Alan, you might like Multi WP Blog search from a while back. Local storage could make it actually useful.
image-based activities- writing prompts ❤️
Starting to winnow through yesterday’s #HeyPresstoConf20 tweets, already found some useful and interesting stuff.
Today we’re announcing an all-new P2 beta as a standalone product, powered by http://WordPress.com. We’re excited to have you try it out: https://wordpress.com/blog/2020/08/06/improve-your-remote-collaboration-with-p2/
We had the p2 theme in Glow Blogs and I though it had a lot of potential. I wonder if running your own p2 will be on the cards? I’d love to see it back in Glow.
We removed the p2 theme from Glow a while back and it hasn’t been updated for a few years now.
Update, this thread: Tom J Nowell on Twitter: “Interestingly enough this is in their public theme svn folder as P2020, which reveals why they aren’t letting you install it locally” / Twitter and this tomjn/p2020: A self hosted fork of P2 2020
Hey Pressto! Conference 2020 – A WordPress and ClassicPress conference which happens only on Twitter #HeyPresstoConf20 organised by Phil Barker (@philbarker) and Pat Lockley (@pgogy).
Plenty of interesting ideas, for example, the strong mention of classic WordPress and the Environmental Policy.
A while back I wondered about participating in PressEd using a blog and bridgy that might be an interesting way to take IndieWeb ideas to Hey Pressto.