Now that MarsEdit supports tags for WordPress, I no longer have to edit the post on the server to add the tags after publishing from the tool.
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Dave Winer: Imagine what might go at http://twitter.com/davewiner/gnomedex. Les Orchard elaborates on the idea.
Back in 2004, Kathyrn Cramer, a veteran hypertexter, described blogging as “writing on a roll of papers towels” , so I’ve been on the lookout for blogging tools that behave more like hypertext. The Institute for the Future of the Book released CommentPress, a WordPress Theme, that breaks out block-level elements of a blog post [...]
Get the plugin from wordpress.org. Update 4: Plugin now hosted at wordpress.org. Update 3: New version with support for viewport constants, and iPod Touch. Update 2: James Craig points out that the ID attribute is not allowed in the META element, so I’ve updated the plugin. Update: I should add what my aim is. Rather [...]
Daniel Jalkut mentions the support for Markdown in MarsEdit. I love Markdown, but I don’t want to install a Markdown output filter for WordPress. What I’d like to see is an option to convert the post in MarsEdit to and from Markdown, so I can publish XHTML, and convert back to Markdown if I edit [...]
One thing I love about the Sandbox theme for WordPress is the ease which which you can create per-category CSS customization. Andy Skelton had written a note on how to do it, which I used as a basis for mine. Here’s my CSS rules for asides. You’ll need to use the Sandbox theme, and I [...]