Finally got round to HTML5ing my Wordpress theme. Lots to learn with the (ongoing) HTML5 specifications.
I've had a couple of security scares with FrogCMS recently so have decided to look for another small CMS solution.
Decided to dip my toe in the murky world of the Drupal CMS (it's not that murky really), lots to learn about this very powerful framework. Here are a few links that fellow beginners may find useful.
Having a little time to spare I decided to update the Snipplr Plug-in for Wordpress, originally by Tyler Hall.
Building a mobile site can be quite painful, but it's made much easier using the DeviceAtlas API.
Snipplr was one of my favorite online coding tools until the new owners ruined it and let it stagnate. Now it's under new management!
Google Chrome has a superb feature called 'Create application shortcut...'. To polish off this feature with your web application use high resolution icons.
Converting your current posts isn't as easy as it looks. If you are comfortable editing the DB directly it's fairly simple.
Upgrading to the latest version of Wordpress on my development server didn't quite go as smoothly as expected.
Subversion is usually quite boring; why not add a little bit of Gource to make it a little more interesting!
When combining NextGEN gallery and built in Wordpress custom fields you can add some superb functionality which is easy to use.