As you can tell Iâ€™ve went and changed themes again and thought Iâ€™d let you all know whatâ€™s changed.The things that have changed:
The Feedburner feed is now a short version due to the requirements of a couple of new services Iâ€™ve recently signed up with. If you are subscribed to the FB feed but prefer the long feed, it is still available. The URL for the long version is:
Iâ€™ve currently got the Atheist Blogroll by Mojoey on itâ€™s own page as itâ€™s rather large now. Iâ€™d like to return it to the main page as a dropdown list as well as convert my other rolls to the same. If anyone knows how to do that, could you let me know how itâ€™s accomplished?
The contact form has changed due to an influx of a-holes lately. You can still use a fake email address, but clicking â€™send messageâ€™ is now a great way to let me know your IP address.
Thereâ€™s now a blogroll for commenters. If you comment with enough regularity and have a site itâ€™ll be listed there even if itâ€™s listed in another place. If I happen to overlook you, donâ€™t take it personally. Just let me know and Iâ€™ll get on it.
The new theme supports gravatars which are available here. All you need is a valid email address, preferably the one you use for commenting.
Some things you may like:
If you use WordPress as I do, here are some things you may want to look into:
Comment Policy: A nifty little plugin that you can use to direct commenters to your comment policy or the like. It puts a checkbox at the end of the comment form that must be checked before the comment can be submitted.
Contact Form: A contact plug-in that logs the IP address of the sender and allows the sender to send a copy of the email to themselves.
Zelig Dropdown Cats: A plugin that allows you to turn your categories into a dropdown menu with ease.
Global Translator: An opensource plug-in that lets you choose which translations you want to provide to readers.
XHTML Sitemap: Google suggests it, Chris Pearson makes it possible and rather easy.