- Automatically resize images when generating site
- See this article
- Learn about fixed URLs for posts so they can be referenced
- Add comments with disqus
- Posts that have a cover image should show it on the blog post overview page (aka home page)
- Make a collection softwareWeNeed
- Have the generated site be automatically checked for broken links
- Give the recipes their images back…
- Make bookmarks page available
- Make a cool 404 page, for example
Sunday, April 28th 2019, Munich, Café Wiener Platz / Gartner parent’s home
- Switched to the Gem Based version of the TeXt Theme (remotely loaded from Github)
- Changed the logo to blue ;)
- Switched off
- Started having tests for broken links
Tuesday, April 23rd 2019, Waterfront Bar over lunch
- Fixed Google Analytics
- Have the last build date & time displayed in the footer of the pages.
Monday, April 22nd 2019
- Changed the
site.webmanifestto have a proper name when saving the website shortcut on iOS screen.
- Added Google ID for tracking on Google analytics. TODO: Does it work?
Friday, April 19th 2019
- Moved to my URL http://tillgartner.com
April 18th 2019
- Added Icons
- Made the recipes work
April 13th 2019
While being in Hongkong, I set up my new site with jekyll.
problems I was facing or things that I just spent time on:
- The font on the color of the links as they were displayed by the TeXt theme, so I had to dig in the CSS - as soon as you go CSS at least one hour is wasted…
Images in the posts didn’t show when published on github pages - they do show up when running jekyll locally…
Things I tried and that did NOT work:
url: https://tillg.github.io # the base hostname & protocol for your site e.g. https://www.someone.com baseurl: /tillgartner # does not include hostname
To make it work I had to add the site url to the image like so:
It doesn’t look like the best way to me, but currently I can’t find a begtter solution.