I’ve started improving my archive pages, but WordPress makes it harder than it should be >:-( So far they now show all posts instead of paginating and have better page title styling (e.g. November 2014 & #Halloween).
I started using Firefox years ago because I liked it better than Internet Explorer, the only major browser at the time. I’ve come to further like it because it’s made by a nonprofit devoted to keeping the web open and free, against the trends of centralization and surveillance.
More site updates:
* On Comics: Fixed broken links, tidied markup, changed from double column to single w/ section links for better small-screen experience (eventually I want to have it be 2-column on larger screens again).
* Marked up my “About” footer as an h-card so machines can dig it too.
* Enlarged page titles after noticing they were same size as second-level headings.
Improved display of the sidebar, which is now officially the footer (I might want to make it the sidebar on the homepage & maybe indexes on larger screens, but it’s not a priority). Gave it a border, fixed the alignment, & filled it with info about me (replacing the “About” page), how to follow / contact me, colophon, & copyright. Guess I still had some momentum after fulfilling my little Indieweb commitment :)
Indieweb commitment for 2015-01-01: Fix this site’s single post views.
♫ Music for careening into the holidays: “Domino Polka” by Ray Henry and His Orchestra.
Whoah, Neil Gaiman started teaching at Bard College this year! I was a student there when Sandman helped reintroduce me to comics. http://www.tor.com/blogs/2013/10/neil-gaiman-bard-college-professor
The year after I was born, legendary DJ Larry Levan remixed legendary muppet Cookie Monster.
I got brainfreeze while washing my hair in the coldest shower I’ve ever taken today. I hope the power comes back by tomorrow!