…, as would Mollom validation.
…t between blogger and this site now, too.
…with a link to the original (single) post on Blogger
…or Thoughts tab; made another fruitless stab at getting mail to work (will Pony 1.0 save the day? Here's hoping).
…should know how production works first, i guess. will mail work NOW???
…ration. Hopefully it will work on Heroku. Not that this is an excuse, but I'm rather bored of fighting with this. Also! A flash has been added. If the mail works, it won't even tell lies.
…tackle next: Add posted time at bottom of each post Add link to actual blog in side bar Show labels Show number of comments (slide-toggle them when clicked) Add favicon Add pagination (without and then with ajax calls) But let's not get ahead of ourselves--that contact form still isn't functional.
Next: get all of them loaded in, and put this on Heroku.
…, double quotes on the blogger url didn't work, but single quotes seem fine. Also: prettier contact form here.
…nstalled and so the contact form should work soon.
…wn instead of Textile, to no avail.
…l. And still haven't started loading in the blogger stuff. But the path is clear!
…emory serves me badly so that's quite wrong.
Next up: functional contact form!
…e is starting to look decent. Next up: making the contact form work.
Active tabs still currently aren't highlighted (the sass is in place to do this, but the controller code is not). Manually entereing nonexistent pages redirects to the home page. TODO: make the tabs pretty, implement active tab highlighting.