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Been messing with Aperture even more, and I …

Been messing with Aperture even more, and I now have improved keyboard navigation, (somewhat) better accessibility, OPML import/export, slightly different default user settings, an ever so slightly improved cleanup script, true chronological timelines, and alphabetical feed lists. (All very experimental, but still.)

Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/gutenberg-7-9-adds-gradients-to-more-blocks-extra-typography-controls-and-new-patterns. A problem _long_ solved by CSS …

Bookmarked https://wptavern.com/gutenberg-7-9-adds-gradients-to-more-blocks-extra-typography-controls-and-new-patterns.

A problem long solved by CSS and the separation of content and presentation. (But visual editors, we need!)

I would not wish the pain of updating dozens or more old blog posts to adjust paragraph design on anyone. Of course, the same could be said of font sizes and similar settings.

Gutenberg 7.9 Adds Gradients to More Blocks, Extra Typography Controls, and New Patterns
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Bookmarked https://github.com/janboddez/Aperture/tree/opml. Took things a little further and …

Bookmarked https://github.com/janboddez/Aperture/tree/opml.

Took things a little further and added a very experimental OPML importer. Like, do not expect this to work with files that haven’t been carefully tweaked beforehand. The feed format, especially, needs proper validation. Also, it’s slow. Slow enough to cause PHP timeouts—needs queuing.

Adding an OPML Endpoint to My Aperture Instance
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