It’s been just over a year since I first released Oscailte into the wild. And since then, I’ve not only learned a few things about working with Octopress and creating themes for it, but I’ve also learned a lot about managing my code, its structure, and in general how to make my life easier when creating projects.Read on →
Spare me ten minutes or so while I rant at you about “Videogame Journalism” in Ireland and its sorry state. It’s something that has been bothering me for a time now and it’s not getting any better anytime soon.Read on →
- CSS blocks rendering
Now, while this might instill a sense of “wat” in you, it’s all done for good (and smart) reasons, and it’s also be something that all front-end devs should be aware of.Read on →
Allow me to introduce to you a new Octopress theme, called Oscailte!
Oscailte is an important milestone for me for many reasons. First of all, it’s my first step into creating a theme usable by anybody, not just by me on my own sites! Yay! Secondly, it’s the first open-source project that I’ve put out into the great wild web, free for all to download and scrutinise through Github!
But enough about all of this, let’s move on to getting the theme up and running. These installation instructions are available in the theme’s README file which will have the most up-to-date instructions.Read on →