Ever since I saw how Doug Bowman implemented this technique on Mighty Goods (in this example, see how the category you’re in looks different to the others in the category listing) I’ve been wanting to add this feature to my site.Read More
I like the way that MT3.2 breaks out your templates into different pages – i.e. Indexes, Archives, Aystem and Modules. Makes things very nice and tidy.
However, it’s a real pain that whenever you click on the Templates button in the left nav to view a list of templates, you are taken back to the Index templates page no matter what other template page you’re currently in. Aaagh!!!
It’s little usability annoyances like this that can really get to you after a while.
I finally took the plunge and upgraded to Movable Type 3.2. As I expected, things didn’t go quite as planned. Oh yes, and the upgrade pretty much broke my old design, so it’s “hello again, default template” for a while. Read More
I often see blogs ‘proudly’ displaying their archives by month on their sidebar and am drawn to wonder – why bother? Does anyone ever click on these links to see what someone wrote 10, 11 or 12 months ago? I know I don’t.
I realize I’m a bit late to the game on this one, but there may be other folks out there who would also like to automatically number their blog comments and don’t know how or think it might be too difficult. Read More