Saturday, October the 30th, 2004

Because the other style (wordpress’ default) made me want to gauge my eyes out, I’ve hastily cut-and-paste and what not to get the theme as close to how it was before the upgrade. A lot of it is still “off”, but I will slowly fix that. Most mockable is the comment box that so-neatly fits with the rest of the scheme, not. Go ahead, laugh.

But the weird thing it still doesn’t feel “home” and I am unable to pen anything “real” at the moment.

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2 Responses to “Much better”

  1. Anantha says:

    I have been through the same hassles and setting up WP to look just the way you want it to look can be quite a bitch. And you might have to do quite a few crazy things to get there. I am also waiting for the *right* time to work on my site’s aesthetics and a bunch of other things. Good luck with your upgrades, and there are a few good notes you can find like this and this :D

  2. wahgnube says:

    It’s not so bad. I’ve been using its predecessor since forever, and most of the internals are just about the same.

    I mean, my problem is I am trying to tweak it so that it stops with all this fancy-schmancy XHTML shenanigans and gives me old school HTML to play with. Just so that the journal matches up to the rest of the site I mean.

    It is obviously configurable, I run delineate on it and there is no telltale sign it is WP powered unless I explicitly say so.

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