Should change my favicon to match my h-card photo.
Dang, I’ve definitely started drifting away from WordPress theming. It’s simultaneously sad and cool to see some of my once favorite Automattic themes get retired, and a large number of new, great-looking and free themes appear. (I’d love to start experimenting again, but then I also love, uhm, some control over my sites’ HTML.)
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Update: got it, I think.
Love the renewed attention for “classless” CSS frameworks, but I’m gonna keep calling them CSS—or browser—resets. (Just kidding—nah, I’m serious—but this is how I’ve been approaching web design for the longest time. Doesn’t mean I’m somehow against “component-based design,” by the way. [That said, I rarely need more than a handful of classes beyond microformats, “the simplest way to mark up structured information in HTML.”])
Also, quoting from Jeremy Keith’s “Robustness and Least Power”:
Choose the least powerful language suitable for a given purpose.
- Robustness and least power
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Bookmarked https://aaronfrancis.com/2020/laravel-pseudo-daemons. A Laravel pseudo-daemon “will instruct Laravel …
A Laravel pseudo-daemon “will instruct Laravel to try to run [a] command every minute, to place it in the background, and to not start another one until the first one is finished.”
Laravel handles that whole part for us, out of the box, for free.
- Laravel Pseudo-Daemons - Aaron Francis