Gonna spend an hour freeing myself, or what ever is left after this blog post, from WordPress.
If jumping out of an airplane with a parachute ithat may or may not work is considered freedom.
- Figure out how cache and sidebar.js work.
- Port my homepage.
- First up would be the CSS grid.
- Most of the content is HTML.
- The article cards are one of the most liked feature of my students. Always marked has "helpful to exremely helpful" on surveys.
- May have to replace by feeds, when site is done I will manually add card. Not hard. Be an easy UI or
- Edventually convince folks we need a plugin where you can subscribe to feed and display card. Inoreader may have this feature.
- The follow page will be easy. Need to add
<code><a class="u-follow-of" href="#">$Title</a> by <a class="h-card" href="http://quickthoughts.jgregorymcverry.com">$name</a></code> for blogs with titles and <code><a class="u-follow-of" href="http://quickthoughts.jgregorymcverry.com">$name</a> for blogs named for author.</code>
- Image credits: I wont't be able to reproduce the creative commons overlay plugin John Johnston built me. Long term this needs to be a priority of IndieWeb community. Attribution defends the commons. I like having a page of curated photos. It says something about me and provides h/t to artist who openly share
- My P&T Binder, each post is on my blog somewhere. I can rebuild that collection.
- About me is easy. That is just a giant h-card.
- Migrating post.....scary....there are WordPress import plugins but how the post types used in the post-kind plugin get parsed and then redisplayed.....hopefully just defaults back to note, but this will require testing. scary...gonna wait.
- Known CSS. I need to make it mine. Especially comments. I want to style those more. Speaking of comments I have no idea how webmentions, would or could migrate. Maybe WP site has to just stay up as archive.