Printing often seems to be the bane of web publishing doesn’t it? Thankfully, CSS allows a remarkably simple way to avoid having to deal with all these frustrations. With a little bit of coding time, you can create a special ‘print stylesheet’ that will determine exactly how your page looks when it’s printed out.
Raymond has created a bulletin-board style TypePad User Forum for tips, tricks, questions, and general discussion of TypePad.
Looks like Nick is starting a series of posts on using MovableType template tags to manipulate and customize your TypePad templates.
Not much in the way of posting tonight. Instead, I concentrated on converting the ‘Destinations’ section of my sidebar so that all items now have comment and TrackBack ability, and there are archives for items that have scrolled off the page.
Another IM conversation, investigating the MovableType/Six Apart/Mac/Apple conspiracy.
As a beta tester, I can give codes to twenty friends that will allow them to sign up for TypePad at a discounted rate — 20% off the base price for life.
Why in the world, then, would I want to pay $15/month (not counting any discounts I get for being a TypePad beta tester) to sign up with TypePad? Quite a few reasons, actually.
It’s official, folks — TypePad is open for business!
Tips and tricks to help search engines index your site more intelligently. Written for, but not specific to, TypePad Advanced accounts.
Earlier this evening, I got an e-mail from Pops asking me how I created the little tooltip-style comment text that appears when you hover over links in my posts. I figured that it was information worth posting here, on the off chance it might help someone else out.