@uncertainquark thank you Jatan, I'll browse both your blogs. Do you also perhaps publish a blogroll of blogs that you follow? I find it's a good way to traverse the 'neighbourhood' of a new blog I come across, and a great source of new finds. You'll find my blogroll in the right hand column on my site.
@ton I agree. There's a minimal blogroll in the sidebar of both my blogs but I do intend to make a dedicated page with far more links of blogs I like to read.
I saw your exhaustive blogroll, and I'm finding quite a few things of interest to me there. However, it would be nicer to have links to those blogs too so I can check them out before subscribing or previewing in an RSS reader or editing links, both manual actions.
@uncertainquark the source of that blogroll is OPML and does contain the links to the blogs themselves, so if you rightclick view source when looking at the blogroll you will see them. I realise I don't show it in the human readable version. That's omission in the stylesheet that makes the opml file fit for human eyes. Will aim to fix that this weekend. Thanks for the nudge.
@ton Most people don't know how to do "View Source" on such a page. Even if they're aware such a function exists, it may not be obvious to them they can use it, like in my case. But more importantly, even if I knew I could work my way around it, I really don't want to do that because it takes a lot of manual effort that shouldn't be needed. So yeah, will certainly appreciate a "Just click and browse" version.
@uncertainquark you're right, so I will adapt the human readable version. That said, right-click-view-source and right-click-inspect are secret super powers to use, as they show you how every site on the web works, for you to copy/replicate/adapt :D
@uncertainquark I've adapted the stylesheet. Names of feeds now link to the blog, and also show the blog's url between () after the name.