Note to self: use
press_this_suggested_html to add in “bookmark” Microformats. That way, there’s Indigenous on mobile and Press This on the desktop (and I no longer need Micropub baked into my reader, except maybe for “likes”).
Note to self: use
Did I already mention I brought back
figcaption support to my “soon-to-be-social” reader? Makes posts look so much better!
Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/jump-start-block-based-theme-development-with-the-fse-theme-generator. “[I]t feels refreshing to see the …
[I]t feels refreshing to see the untangling of theme development. Traditional theming today has created behemoth codebases in an attempt to keep up with features that users want.
Exported the 100-something feeds I had in my “Aperture” instance—thank God for OPML—and imported them into the new reader just fine. Pros: consume and manage feeds all in one place; runs on a dead-simple shared hosting account. Cons: no Micropub, yet.
Bookmarked https://colly.com/stream/kirby-3-5-and-release-party. “When you love your personal site, …
When you love your personal site, you’re always gardening.
PicoFeed turns relative links in RSS feeds absolute by prepending them with either the site or feed URL, but a whole lot of feeds—incorrectly, kind of—contain in-page (“jump”) links that are relative to feed items. While feeds that are meant to be read on “off-site” domains should probably not contain relative URLs at all, the latter seems much more common than the (more technically correct) former. Forked and “fixed.”
Turns out X-Ray relies on PicoFeed, which comes with its own “content scraper” implementation. Which means I might be able to drop mine. (I was once more trying to find out why relative links don’t get correctly resolved—and “fixed” it this time!—but the scraping thing is a nice find, too.)
A collection of repeatable SVG background patterns.
X-Ray seems to fail to parse some of the data—timestamps and authors, namely—in A List Apart’s RSS feed, I’m assuming because it’s missing a namespace attribute, and because hyperlinks inside
author tags are considered invalid. The first I can “work around” by simply assigning entries a timestamp of
NOW(), but then …
Biggest gripe with Firefox for Android is where it randomly refuses to bring up the keyboard when you focus on an input element.
I, uh, built a thing. Know it’s ugly, still. It’s a traditional RSS reader … that supports Microformats feeds and—for now, at least—IndieAuth. And there will be a Microsub-compatible API. (The web app itself isn’t Microsub-driven.) Runs on nearly any shared hosting environment.
Looks like the IndieAuth Client for PHP dropped the
me param when it exchanged
exchangeAuthorizationCode() around when it moved to the 1.0.0 version, and that WordPress’s IndieAuth plugin never fully caught up, I’m thinking because Aperture hadn’t upgraded till now (and no one is foolish enough to self-host it, let alone the very latest version). (Also, please correct me if I’m wrong.)
Look, I love (personal) blogs, but I couldn’t care less about your “strategy for making money writing on the Internet.” But, I’ve already said that.
I still have to re-enable link preview cards on this site! *adds to to-do list*