Comments:Posted on 12 Apr 2008, 14:18 by disciple
Barry - is it possible to have more posts per page on the blog?
Also, it is almost impossible to read what I am posting here, as the font is extremely small (small letters are 4 pixels high at normal zoom, so I have to zoom in miles), and it is a very pale green on white.
Woohoo! If you don't fill in a field (it might help if something says they are all required), then you get a page saying "All fields are required", (which I guess maybe should be expanded to something like "Your post failed because you did not fill in all fields. Please press back and try again."
But the great thing is, you don't lose what you posted!!!
Posted on 12 Apr 2008, 14:54 by GeoW
Your new blog is beautiful.
The suggestions are just fine tuning.
ayttm, on the other hand could use some work.
Do you also have a good relationship with the
author(s) of ayttm?
I don't really know where to post the results
of my testing.
Ayttm works - but it is not easy. Details to
follow if I fugure out the right place to post.
Posted on 12 Apr 2008, 16:18 by Eddie Maddox
HTML Purifier in PPLOG?
"HTML Purifier is a standards-compliant
HTML filter library written in
PHP. ... it will also make sure your documents are
standards compliant, ..."
Is HTML Purifier a candidate for inclusion in PPLOG?
Posted on 12 Apr 2008, 16:32 by BarryK
Re: html purifier
Why? PPLOG only used bbcode. It also features extreme smallness. It is a single Perl script.
Posted on 12 Apr 2008, 16:41 by BarryK
Re: Ayttm needs work
Have you read the reports in this blog/news recently about improvements to Ayttm?
Yes, the authors are responsive, but you have to join their email list. If you go to
the info how to join is there.
probably a good thing to suggest one thing at a time. I think there's only one guy, Siddhesh, who is really actively coding right now.
By all means, go for it, suggest ways to improve Ayttms! PS, you need to get the latest out of CVS, and if you have Puppy's 'devx' SFS file loaded it has the 'cvs' program.
Posted on 23 Jul 2008, 14:39 by Prit1
Thanks for being the inspiration always. I have started to use PPLOG like a personal diary (blog).