@Mtt The category class thing should work great for styling the examples above, particularly if you assign each post a single category. For those of you who are more aggressive with categories (using 2+ on individual posts), each category will be listed as a class. It may require some CSS gymnastics in that case to get everything working like you want. For example, if one post has category Image AND category Longform…you'll have to workout how you want to style that compared to a post with just one of those categories. But there's more...
@Mtt You could use CSS to create a pseudo-element by applying ":before" or ":after" to one of the new category classes. You could then add a ★ to posts in a featured category or an to posts in an apple category. Emojis are in play, basic text is too. You can get really creative here. Anyway, I hope to see some cool stuff from yall.
@gregmoore Thanks. I have some more ideas for it, but mostly stuff that won't surface unless you know about it.
@Mtt So many cool things, I really have to think about moving my main blog to your theme! Thanks for the ongoing updates.
@maique Do it! Ha. Let me know if there's anything I can add/tweak that would make it a no-brainer.
@Mtt It's pretty easy already, of course. I do have a couple of partial layouts I made on mine at the moment, and a few other layouts have been edited as well. I would hate to break that, so I'll have to go through them, one at a time, and see what I'll have to port.
@maique I've been there. One of my longer term ideas for the theme is to possibly use partial layouts to create options for landing pages and head-less content. But I've got to work that out in my head first. Would have to be a hidden feature for advanced users.
@Mtt I moved my theme to this literary today and I’m already loving it. Now you drop this?! Incredible.
@numericcitizen That’s achievable with Micro.blog. You’d have to think through how that scales on mobile devices, but it could be done.
@Mtt BTW I ditched Pinboard and moved to Raindrop and am using their widget although preferred the earlier version of displaying bookmarks. The Trakt feed continues to frustrate me
@pratik Yeah, so many of these services are missing out on some great dev opportunities by not supplying a functional RSS feed.
@Mtt Yup! Been arguing with Trakt guys for months now. But at least got them to support Arc Browser in the meantime
@numericcitizen Make me a mobile version mock-up of what you sent me and I’ll see about a quote.
@Mtt I should give you some other info like clicking on my avatar would link to some external page...
@pimoore Thank you. It still feels about 80% complete. I have a few more things I’m trying to figure out first before I add them.
@Mtt this has potential for someone like me posting about two fairly distinct topics: the arts & tech, to quickly signal what world a post is in.
Can I set meta robots noindex? If so, I'll give it a test!
@Mtt ahh the category class is a great idea. I'm going to steal that for my theme, even though I have no idea how I want to use it (yet).