Have you ever had something that sounded good in your head, but when you put it into practice it not only doesn’t work out but it made things worse?
That’s what I did with the blog when I thought creating almost 4k reusable blocks. It didn’t save me any time in the long run. Instead, it took so long for them to load up in the selection menu that it was causing the editor to not function properly. Content wasn’t being saved like it should have, and it wasn’t allowing me to update posts to fix it.
As much as I didn’t like changing my theme, I think I will keep the theme template I have for now. I may still tinker with it off and on until it feels right to me.
In any case, I hope I have everything fixed and all my posts properly running now. I apologize for the mess that’s been happening.
I just wanted to express my gratitude and appreciation for everyone that comes here and visits the blog – old and new alike.
Another, fairly quiet and uneventful day.
My desk chair died today in the worst possible way.
So for today’s adventures of the Goblin Horde… since I don’t really know what else call this personal post at the moment, guess this generic and bland title will have to do. All I know is that I’d like to get back into the habit of journaling again.
I honestly didn’t think I had a resolution for this year, but looking back on how things have gone in 2020 as well as in the years past, I guess I do.
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Hey there, so I haven’t put up a personal post in a long time and I thought that I ought to seeming how I’m long overdue.
First and foremost, starting at the beginning of May, the Daily Draw will be discontinued. Continue reading