Snares on the way.


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During the design phase this blog will go in and out of its appearance until it will settle in what it will become.

As usual there are some not so smooth sailing spots, one of them being that I noticed WordPress not “keeping” an assigned theme when either playing around with widgets (such as which to use, where to use and customizing a few) or installing some plugins. It’s quite an interesting bug, as in the Themes panel it shows as being assigned is design B but in reality it falls back onto the default theme A and is displaying this one. To fix it, one clicks onto activate (the now unintentional already active design A) and then again B to get B back. It does not seem to be a huge issue except that it is annoying as doing so destroys the selected and specifically arranged widgets under theme B and I have to start over (will write the positions into the theme itself I think).

Apart of that it’s an interesting study of new ways to customize, building possibly my own framework.

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