The previous guestbook was being overwhelmed with spam, so I disabled it many years ago. Part of the site upgrade plan was to redo the guestbook as a WordPress Page, as Spam Karma 2 manages to deal with all of the spam quite nicely.
Creating the page was easy enough, and I was getting it. The difficulty was in linking it properly on the navbar. When I clicked on the navbar link, the entire site would end up nesting inside the main frame, doubling up the navbar:
One more mystery solved. Eventually, I want to get rid of the frames entirely. They are a legacy of the days when this site was strictly static HTML. Still, that is a task for another day.No comments
Finally upgraded the site to the latest version of WordPress, after I learned that the 2.0 branch, which was supposed to be supported into 2010, was dropped early this year. Upgrading the site was painless. Upgrading my home mirror took about 6 hours, as I ended up having to install new versions of Apache, PHP & MySQL.
Also added a new logo – I think it looks much better than the old logo. Took out a couple of items on the navbar to the left. The links were very outdated, I don’t really use ICQ much anymore and the guestbook didn’t work on my home version of PHP. I plan on switching the guestbook over to a WordPress page sooner or later.No comments
My map of Ardivan’s Keep, which is basically a redraw of the moat house from T1: The Village of Homlet, has moved up in the world. It has made it into the Dueling Analogs comic honoring the passing of Gary Gygax.
It is certainly a step up, being in the company of the co-founder of D&D and God.No comments
I am slowly working on upgrading the site, so the paginate plugin is disabled. In addition, there may be some outages in the future (for the weblog piece only) until the upgrade is complte.
Update: The site upgrade is complete. I have upgraded from WordPress 1.2 to 2.06. With the addition of the Bad Behavior plugin and some of the WordPress changes, hopefully I won’t see nearly as much comment spam.
Update 2: I spoke too soon. WordPress changed the way permalinks worked and it screwed up access to individual posts. Fixed, I believe.
We now return to our regularly scheduled lack of posting…
Actually, I plan on posting more frequently; that was one of the reasons for upgrading.No comments
Rich Flickstein joined the group, playing the Human Fighter Kreiger Smith. The campaign log is here.Comments Off on March 11, 2006 Campaign Log Posted
The campaign log for last session is here.Comments Off on February 25, 2006 Campaign Log Posted
A new player, Paul Graham, joined the campaign. He plays the Elven Bard Bazese Al’Goman. The campaign log is here.Comments Off on January 28, 2006 Campaign Log Posted
After several months absence, mostly due to the holidays, the Cormarian campaign resumed on January 7, 2006. The campaign log is here here.One comment
I have posted the campaign log for the October 29th session of the Cormarian campaign.One comment
I have finally got around to posting the campaign log for the October 15th session of the Cormarian campaign.Comments Off on October 15, 2005 Campaign Log Posted