This is really funny, given that I am now slowly and doggedly transferring long-past stuff out of WordPress and into Grav, which is a return to a good old static site like the one I produced with Tinderbox. Plus ça change, eh?

After considerable soul-searching and head scratching I decided to switch away from Tinderbox for publishing my whole blog and move to something a little more focussed. So here I am on WordPress, impressed. I may well continue to use write and publish, but will definitely not be maintaining the static pages that I was generating before. Lots of things to do, as ever when playing with a new toy.

  • Import some -- or all ? -- old posts from Tinderbox
  • Work on the layout and stylesheets
  • Think about links
  • Work on an image gallery

That'll do to be getting on with.

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