Site History

This post uses TM Time Line to illustrate the History of this site.

2005-08-01
The first wiki post

About Wills & Probate, the first post on snipsnap.

2010-07-01
The Cobalt Qube dies.

The blog server hardware in my home died. The bliki content became unavailable.

2011-05-20
Hosting by AWS

My bliki, snipsnap, is now back on-line, hosted by Amazon.

2011-08-04
Transfer to 1and1 WordPress

This is the date of the Hello World post! It represents the establishment of this wiki instance at this address.

2013-06-15
Restoring Snipsnap content

I recovered the file system dump of the Snipsnap bliki and started the of restore wiki content, Some was not brought forward.

2013-09-13
The end of my snipsnap bliki

The migration of my snipsnap bliki to davelevy.info is completed. Most of the wiki articles have been transferred.

2015-01-08
Nulis theme

I installed the Nulis theme.

I need to suppress the add this lines

More on Splash Pages

I want a splash screen on this page. See also this post. This article documents my experiments with Kento Splash Screen.

If the short code is before the More line, then it appears on the Home, if after only if one enters the page itself. (So make a tiny article that looks like part of the header and pin it? We now have some PHP, see below/overleaf. )

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SPARQL on WordPress

For various reasons I needed to look at SPARQL again. What’s the easiest way to put it up?, Here! I’ve been working with LH-Tools which is commented on at its authors site, and LH-RDF. I did not get this to finish satisfactorily, mainly based on my lack of SPARQL skills. May 2015

LH-Tools implements a SPARQL endpoint, and LH-RDF implements a series of alternative RDF schemas. LH-RDF has been deactivated at the moment, but the SPARQL query screen is here; it uses the default rdf feed as a source.

Pool Party are now playing. i,e. there’s a Pool Party plugin.

I have errors occurring when using LH-RDF; see the comments to track. Jan 2017

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Planet, mingle & wordpress

While developing the new web site, I had a look at how my mingle was organised. The current regime has a conversion rules file for each output format and one for HTML. I need to incorporate the HTML output in a wordpress page and also apply the wordpress style rules to the HTML. I solved this problem by generating three html files, a feed, a source key and an output format key and then including them in the host page. Continue reading “Planet, mingle & wordpress”

Tag Clouds in WordPress

Tag Clouds have been bugging me for ages, and I have just installed, WP Category Tag Cloud, which is pretty awesome. I have used the short codes to set up a tag cloud on its own page, and also installed a moving three-D cloud on the About this Wiki page.  The featured picture is a picture generated by tagcloud. Continue reading “Tag Clouds in WordPress”