With the basic site up and running for almost a couple of days (wow!), I decided to test the theory of being able to change just the templates for an entirely new look. I also changed the site design a little bit, so it turned into changes to the article content as well. Future redesigns … Continue reading CityDesk and CSS: Testing the theory
One of the main reasons I’ve created this site is to play with different web publishing tools and to experiment and learn. Tonight I transformed the site from a small collection of hand-written pages to use CityDesk from Fog Creek Software.
Markdown is a great plain text format for a lot of applications and is often used to convert to HTML (for example on my WordPress blog here). I recently had a case where I needed to convert from HTML and found that Pandoc makes it really easy. What’s Pandoc Pandoc is an open-source utility for … Continue reading Converting HTML to Markdown using Pandoc
Welcome to my small corner of the Internet! I’ve been blogging here on cantoni.org since July 1999, originally as one of the early beta testers of CityDesk, then starting in 2002 with several versions of MovableType. Finally in early 2014 I switched to WordPress. I don’t post too often, so one side effect is that … Continue reading About
After almost 8 months of use with CityDesk, I’ve moved Cantoni.org over to Movable Type. CityDesk is great and I still use it for a couple of other sites, but there were a few limitations that I wanted to move past.