What I accomplished this weekend:
- Comment Code – I worked on the comment code on my site to accomplish:
- Cleaner xhtml and css. This was hard, but I got it working well.
- Displaying the number next to the comment. This wasn’t hard.
- Displaying comments from me in a different color than others. This seemed to be fraught with errors, for some reason, but I eventually worked it out.
The comments aren’t perfect yet; I want a more subtle look and feel. But getting the above out of the way was a huge step in that direction.
- Close examination of my error logs. I scoured through them to see where I had broken links within my own pages to correct them, and what pages that other people were linking to that had moved. Then I set up a huge redirect file to point other’s links in the right direction. I also redirected sections of my site that have moved into my content management system. All of this will hopefully clean up my error logs a lot, and, with any luck, increase my page ranks within Google.
- Moved more of my static pages into my content management system so I can update and control them more easily. There’s still a lot to do in that area, but I’m working on it.
- Wrote two book reviews that had been lingering around waiting for attention. I’m slowly but surely making my way through my reading list for 2006.
- Watched a lot of the Olympics with Stephanie. We are sad about Johnny getting 5th (not 4th, actually) place. This week is women’s figure skating, and I’ll be cheering Kimmie Meisner and Emily Hughes. They’re both too young to really do well, but both of them are great sports. I’m not a huge fan of Sasha Cohen.
- Went on a huge stocking-up trip to Cost Co. I could now survive a ten-day blizzard, no problem.