It’s not all beer and posting songs about butts on this blog — sometimes, I promote some of my work-related activities!
For those of you with Blogware-powered
blogs (there are lots of ’em, and they’re not necessarily sold under
the name “Blogware”), you might want to check out a new series of
articles I’m writing for the Blogware blog called The Blogware Mechanic.
The Blogware Mechanic
is a regularly-appearing series of articles that will show you how to
go beyond the standard features included in your Blogware-based blog,
customize it in ways you may not have thought possible and make your
blog uniquely yours.
(You didn’t think that all the accordion-related imagery on this
blog came standard, did you? I tried to sneak ’em in, but they didn’t
let me. They’ll pay for that. Ohhhhh, how they’ll pay…)
In the first installment of Blogware Mechanic, I cover the fine art of customizing the “permalink icon” that appears beside the titles of articles from the plain ol’ vanilla “page with the upper-right-hand corner turned over” icon…
…to a nice, snazzy custom icon:
…and along the way, I provide a quick overview of Blogware’s filesystem and templates.
If you’ve got a Blogware blog and are looking to spruce it up, check out the article!