Is that light?

The finishing touches

  It seems we’ve reached the end of a very interesting journey. I went from barely knowing that HTML was something you used for creating web sites to having mastered both HTML and CSS to a degree that have allowed me to shape this blog into something I’m quite proud of. Here are the last …

Getting your blog out there!

Search engine optimization

Getting your blog out there! We’re in the age of web 2.0, where people share their contents far and wide, and most people are on the internet. In this time there are two main ways to obtain more traffic. One is to have your content shared on social media and basically get known. The other …

Adventurous insight in development

Improvement in appearance and sociability

  In order to improve the appearance and sociability of my portfolio I’ve applied several changes to my blog. Yet another bunch of changes have been made around here. Among these are embedding social networks and creating a overall design and brand for the site. The focus have been on exploiting the fast sharing on social networks and …

They're everywhere!

A tangled net of social media

Exploiting and find your way around in a jungle of social media Social networking sites are a growing factor in distributing and reaching people on the net. It’s no longer enough to just have a regularly updated blog that shows up in a google search. Recent development have resulted in sharing through social networks make up for …

The icons are invading!

Emerging icons

The alterations and improving of this blog continues! The changes Made my blog available through RSS - 19 October 2012 If people happened to like the content on my blog I want to make it as easy for them to access it as possible. From my own experience I know how rarely I come back to blogs or …

Rawr! Why are the tigers fighting in snow? I thought they like warmth?

A struggle behind the scene – Conquering CSS

  Besides some other minor changes described in my previous post in the changelog, a few other areas needing altering was also pointed out by my TA in the first feedback-on-our-blogs session. The biggest challenge was by far the need to relocate the menu. As default in Minimatica the menu is located at the very …

Editing a childtheme!

The adventures of a childtheme

Though Minimatica as a theme suits most of my needs there’s still some small things that I wouldn’t mind changing. I’ve observed that at least a few of my fellow students have also taken a linking to this theme, which just adds to my urge of personalizing the appearance of my blogs. I would like …

A quest!

On a quest

For a theme! I’m on a look out for the (nearly) perfect theme for my blog. At times I believe this to be impossible, and as each day passes I edge closer to creating my own theme. In what could likely be the last attempt to find something I searched yet another Top 50 over …

Scribbled blog design suggestions

Time for a change

A journey from darkness into the light Yesterday it hit me that I wasn’t even remotely pleased with my blog’s theme. Sure it’s nice to see the menu working as it should and the posts steadily pilling up, but the blog’s current looks isn’t what I’m going for. So I sat down and put a …

I want those boxes!

Stuff is happening!

Today alot of improvements and changes happened. I added two new menus changelog and courses. The first to keep track of the development of the blog itself, while the second gives people easy access to the blog posts divided by the courses. It is also a drop-down menu so it adds fanciness! In order to have …