Yesterday, I deleted my WordPress installation at Spooklit and moved the Grav installation I've been working with to public_html. I'm quite happy with it! Although, given Spooklit's content, it took me a while to settle on a structure for posts/categories/pages. I considered giving b2evolution (...

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Yesterday, I finally did it.

I was working on a post about my first impression from setting up at DesignerCon. I was in a bit of a hurry, because we were heading back to the convention last night, and WordPress kept losing my title. (I had updated the Gutenberg plugin before starting the post,...

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Late last month I bemoaned the lack of serious competition for WordPress while simultaneously choosing to push ahead with using said platform.

Since then, I've thought longer, harder, and more critically about Gutenberg. I really don't mind composing in Gutenberg ('though I've yet to figure ou...

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That’s the theme I’m currently using for my “journal” on this site. It’s an Automattic-built theme, and as I understand it, it’s not ready for the WordPress.org theme repository. There are two ThemeShaper articles about Music: an introductory post (Music: A Gutenberg-Powered Theme), and a post wr...

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According to W3 Techs Web Technology Surveys, WordPress is currently used by 32.2% of all websites. That’s an impressive figure, but what’s more important is that that usage results in a 59.6% market share for WordPress amongst content management systems monitored by W3. WP’s nearest competitor, J...

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