Updates to this site have been few and far between. Expect bursts of activity, followed by long, hollow silences.

  • Fixed a lingering issue where my logo wasn't showing in the header area - seems I'd left a yaml file from when I was playing with theme inheritance a few months ago. I'll be honest - I can't seem to make theme inheritance work, which is a shame as in theory it sounds great.
  • Now up to Grav 1.6.8...

Updates in consecutive months? What is this fresh insanity? A shoulder injury means I'm resting it more, so I'm using the time to update and fix a few things.

  • Finally fixed the current menu page to correctly list items chronologically. That it wasn't is really correct was due to a silly error...

So after a few months of silence, I actually added some content - some was new this month, some was pushing out some almost done drafts:

  • Added a page on a Raspberry Pi 'Robot Car' I built in 2016.
  • Upgraded the underlying Grav to 1.5.10, which I think will be the last one before 1.6 launches. A...

Not so much going on!

As you can tell from the lack of updates - not so much going on.

  • A simple and so far flawless upgrade of Grav to v1.5.
  • Not done much to add content to the site, aside from updating the 'What I'm using' page, as I shuffled some disks around at home and upgraded the server OS.
  • Moved all my sites...

Weeeelll, a few things this month.

  • Added a few more classic pages, focussing on a couple with images to get bits in there.
  • Worked with my host, Pair, on moving this Grav installation PHP version from 5.6.36 to 7.1.18. It was easy to do and perhaps it is a little quicker. Mainly though it sets me...

Not so much this month on here; some more pages in classic, a basic update to my laptop setup since a new Ubuntu LTS came out.

I've mainly been working on another basic Grav installation for a friend which we'll hopefully cut over from his old site in the next week or two. It's looking a lot bette...

Added more content to Classic and started working on getting a structured menu system in Twig implemented. Basic one is in there.

As mentioned, I've been moving bits about, but it would seem I'll be sticking with Grav for a little while, and I've moved the new content to this platform, and since I converted most of BrightBlack classic over to MarkDown, implementing it on this should be relatively simple. Who knows. I've als...

It's looks like the good old days of lightly touching on CMSs and then moving on before getting to know them are back! Actually, I have been getting a bit more into Grav, which is a flat-file CMS which I think might suit my friend for his simple school website, as it has an online editor, but no...