💬 Changed Infinite Scroll to Replace History
After some thought, I replaced the
.replaceState() in my infinite scroll implementation. This works more like people would expect, plus removes having to deal with the Back button.
💬 Added Bridgy Webmention Links
I’m unsure why it took me so long, but I finally added the Bridgy target URLs to my posts. This should facilitate easier syndication to other social networks, though only for Twitter and Mastodon for now.
📄 Infinite Scrolling on Hugo List Pages
Despite the potential downsides, I’ve determined that infinite scrolling makes sense for my site and decided to implement it.Full Post
💬 Starting Flight Data Entry
Starting flight data entry for my flights posts. Just finished the YAML files for all the aircraft I’ve ridden. What’s left: 10 airlines, 87 airports, and finally typing in all my actual flights over the years. Woof…
💬 Fixed Shortcodes, Code, and Maps
Fixed my CC0 shortcode, my flight maps, and the code highlighting. Thankfully it was all easy and relatively painless: the code highlighting and shortcodes was just a change of how to write it in, while the flight maps was just a matter of updating the URL to the current Leaflet tutorials.
💬 Huh, Some Things Broke
Huh, some things broke on my site. The particular things that are going wonky are some of the code styling in some posts with code, my CC0 shortcode, and my flight maps using Leaflet. I need to fix that.
📄 Thoughts on Infinite Scroll Pagination
I’ve looked over Mike Roibu’s post, Infinite Scrolling Pagination in Hugo Website. More or less I like the idea of it, and I’m trying to flesh out an idea for how I want to paginate for my site.Full Post
📄 Static Site Search With Lunr.js
Hugo provides many search options for static sites on their page, which led me to Lunr. I searched for more blog posts about implementation, but none of them were satisfactory to me; many relied on other libraries that I didn’t want to add. So, I made my own!Full Post
💬 Breadcrumbs Added
Breadcrumbs added. I get it’s not that interesting of an addition, but there it is. Next goal: get my own search feature using probably Lunr.js.