Re-added the portfolio section and uploaded a few new images for it, too. Check it out!
May 21, 2013
Resting leaf or lazy leaf? You decide.
Seems like there are always problems, huh? I have no idea why most of the pages on this site aren’t working right now. After I updated the site to the new design, everything was working, and continued to work until about a week ago. I haven’t made any changes in this time so it mystifies me why it suddenly broke. I’ve reinstalled WordPress, reinstalled my site theme, republished all the broken pages. Nothing has helped. At this point, I am clueless. I will keep working at it, though, and try to get things back up soon. If you have any suggestions, feel free to message me on twitter.
Not sure what I did, but all is working again. The portfolio section is gone because I accidentally deleted it in my quest to solve the problem. Whoops. I’ll restore it tonight when I get to a computer.
April 18, 2013
Clouds and clouds & more clouds. The sunset was just beginning — it’s over to the left — but I was drawn to these puffy clouds here.
You don’t take a photograph, you make it.Ansel Adams
Introducing the latest version of JapanDave. It’s been a long time in coming. My interest in minimal design continues; as such you’ll notice I’ve striped out almost everything, leaving in only the essentials.
Among the changes:
- A new portfolio section. The old gallery has been broken since shortly after I made it; this new one should work a bit better. At present it doesn’t have a lot of images in it, but I will be adding more in the days to come.
- A new blog engine that will allow me to post links with comments and quotes. Video & audio too, if I am so inclined.
- More bugfixes than I can count. Things should work better now.
Speaking of bugs, there are still some things that are funky. Over the coming days I’ll try to hunt down all these and fix them.
And so far, no comments. I may bring them back — I know they are popular — but I may not. For the moment, if you want to comment on something I post, I recommend Facebook, Twitter, or email. Twitter is probably easiest. A fun program if you have never heard of it. In addition to me, you can also follow Mr T and Shatner!
That’s all for now. Enjoy.