Colophon

This weblog runs on WordPress, with a metric boatload of plugins to make it dance.

It is also using the awesome K2 theme by Michael at Binary Bonsai. Thanks, Michael!

The banner images are automatically (and randomly) selected from a set of about 35 images (and counting) You can view them all in one place using the handy dandy image lister utility page, or click reload a whole lot.

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3 thoughts on “Colophon”

  1. [...] My initial reaction was a quick “dude, that’s so not cool. use the design, but at least come up with your own banner images!” But, what’s being done is completely within the bounds of the CC license – attribution is being given, and it’s a non-commerical endeavor. So, I decided to let it slide. It’s understandable – the license I use allows it, and I even provide a full colophon listing the various off-the-shelf bits that twiddle to make up this blog. [...]

  2. [...] I just copied the table from the WordPress plugin manager, trimmed out the “Action” column, and pasted it into the colophon for this blog. I’ve noticed that some plugins provide incorrect or incomplete URLs to the plugin description/download page. I’ll find/fix the links when I get a chance. And no, I’m not turning the colophon into a wiki colophon plugins weblog wordpress // Used for showing and hiding user information in the comment form function ShowUtils() { document.getElementById(“authorinfo”).style.display = “”; document.getElementById(“showinfo”).style.display = “none”; document.getElementById(“hideinfo”).style.display = “”; } function HideUtils() { document.getElementById(“authorinfo”).style.display = “none”; document.getElementById(“showinfo”).style.display = “”; document.getElementById(“hideinfo”).style.display = “none”; } [...]

  3. [...] The colophon, listing the various bits that get twiddled to run my blog, has been woefully out of date. I get periodic emails about the various plugins I use, especially the latest Podpress plugin, so I thought it’d be a good idea to automate the process of updating the list. Enter the bdp_setup plugin by Bryan Palmer at ozpolitics.info. [...]

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