I’ve switched over to David Shanske’s IndieWeb-friendly fork of the TwentySixteen Theme tonight. Liking it a lot so far. Can’t wait to see what little surprises I run across under the hood and how we can potentially make it better for the community.Syndicated copies to:
A beloved WordPress.com theme, improved for simplicity and speed.
Last night Tucker Hottes, Den Temple and I held the first Homebrew Website Club at The Keys in Scranton, PA. I really appreciate that HWC will force me to set aside some time to work on my personal site since it is often neglected for more pressing projects.
Nota bene: Colin is dogfooding his IndieWeb friendly WordPress theme on Github! It’s a beautiful, simple, and very clean theme for a personal website/blog.
Colin, do you mind if we provide a link to your theme on https://indieweb.org/WordPress/Themes for others to potentially use and/or improve upon? (See also discussion at https://indieweb.org/WordPress/Development#Themes.)Syndicated copies to:
For a while I’ve been contemplating a change in the look of the site, particularly given the changes in the internet for the past several years.
I generally wanted something that has the following attributes:
- Responsive (easily viewable on multiple platforms)
- Works well with the IndieWeb movement
- Good readable typography
- Simple and elegant
- Still fits in with the site’s philosophy and structure
I’m sure there will be some hiccups and problems in the transition, but I hope to get these ironed out shortly. If you notice something bothersome, please don’t hesitate to drop me a note.Syndicated copies to: