I signed up for my third Mastodon instance today. The concept of instances and how they interact is going to be a stumbling block for any potential, non-techy, Twitter refugees.
When a note is posted to the front page of my site as an “Aside” the whole text becomes a link to the single post page. I’ve looked through the CSS and can’t find a way of changing the format. Is there a way to do this?
This is a great idea but, as with apps like Quill and Micropublish, it’s sending notes to this site as a WordPress "Aside". I’ve tried to get rid of that post-format but it keeps coming back. It must be a theme quirk but it will need someone with better knowledge to fix it for me.
The previous post was just an example of using Teacup. It’s an IndieWeb app that lets you post what you’ve been eating and drinking to your blog. It’s not something I’m interested in doing but I was intrigued to see what an entry would look like on this site.
It's easier to take the Interstate highway everywhere, but if you do that, you miss the charming B&Bs, the dramatic beaches, restaurants, jazz clubs. The thrill of riding a bike, hiking the Appalachian Trail, skiing.
I like what this plugin does but if you turn it off the major part of your post content disappears. I’m a bit worried about what would happen if Post Kinds were to stop working at some point in the future.
A hosting company that provides WordPress (and other blogging systems) with tested IndieWeb technologies out of the box is a good idea. I imagine it would take a lot of support but it should be do-able.
In this third episode of An IndieWeb Podcast, I invited Chris to discuss my project of the last few months, the IndieAuth endpoints for WordPress, and some related Micropub work I’ve been doing, and some other ideas, and try to teach him about IndieAuth, so far as I understand it. WordPress Plu...
Interesting chat about some of the bits and pieces I’m using to run this site.