The joys of making my site properly legal and above board.
Not all browsers, it appears, are created equal.
“Alexa, open Gary Taylor’s website.”
(Updated 13 March)
Bored, bored, bored… so re-theme the website. Obviously.
Marking time by giving the website a once-over.
Yes, even my small outpost on the Interweb needs to be GDPR-compliant!
My new home, but with some unboxing to do.
Or, why are IT people so crap at communicating?
Is it time for a rebrand, I wonder?
… and your web site develops a ‘fault’. Sort-of.
You know me, fidget, fidget, fidget… the tags have lost their left-side curves and dots, but gained rounded corners. I wanted to make them parallelograms but I couldn’t get the text to be upright. A technique to save for the future though. Oh, and the RSS feed is now just for the ‘public relations’ tag. What can I change next…?
Filling in the time by keeping my WordPress skills sharp. Sharp-ish.
I probably wouldn’t be so bothered were I not a Chartered Librarian… although knowing me I probably would still be.
* It would have been hours, but I gave up after 30 minutes, I’m not getting any younger. Why should embedding off-site content be so difficult?
Spring-cleaning the site… six months late, but still, there’s method to the madness.
Yes… EGP is 10 years old. Sort of.
The joy at updating my station data map is tempered somewhat by the problems I’m having embedding it as a page on this site.
I’m a busy, busy bee at the moment!
Or as normal as it gets, anyway.
Where is Facebook heading? And will we ever get there with all the app requests?