Hi guys, I wrote a blogging application in PHP that is very much inspired by the simplicity of jekyll and the ease of Markdown. However, I have kind of hit a bit of a wall. I am working on implementing some meta data into the markdown file so the post data is expandable with stuff like the category, username, date, etc. however I am stuck at the best way to implement it. Care to share some thoughts?
GitHub repo: https://github.com/jacobbednarz/markdown_blog
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roodper saidFTP would open a whole new ball park of issues and problems and would possibly end up being more of a hassle then convenience. Support would also be inundated with tickets asking how to use FTP as not all authors are tech savvy and are capable of using it. I think the current implementation is more than suffice.
Thanks guys, but how about FTP access for different users ? Any idea ?
xstortionist saidEww, extra markup. Who wants that taking up space?
JeffreyWay saidthere is nothing wrong with using spans to achieve this effect …
Yeah – you can get more control by using CSS counters. Here’s an example: http://jsbin.com/emagik/2 This way – you don’t have to deal with nasty spans in your markup.
I learnt via two and I would highly recommend them to anyone interested in Ruby or Ruby on Rails. The first is “The Ruby Programming Language” by David Flanagan and Yukihiro Matsumoto and the second is “Agile Web Development with Rails (Pragmatic Programmers)” by Sam Ruby, Dave Thomas and David Heinemeier Hansson. Both extremely helpful and show a wide varied use of concepts and practices. I did see you were looking to advance your skills but maybe those are enough for what you are after.
If you are still in need of a developer for this, drop me an email.
Hi all, I have been recently getting into jQuery and I was wondering if the “jQuery for Absolute Beginners” series was available for premium members (or anywhere)?