Gave the personal site a new coat of paint. Most of the changes are under the hood as I migrated to using Kirby. Love it.
4 months ago
How did you find the transition from EE to Kirby?
This is my favourite of all your previous blog designs. I would reduce the space between paragraphs to tighten up the articles. Also, the ampersand isn't displaying properly in Safari (http://cl.ly/image/0s1G0Q0I2j12).
Other than those two small things, I love it.
Thanks @Pat Dryburgh! Weird on the ampersand — the shot here is a screengrab from Safari. Typekit isn't loading it correctly for you … what version of Safari are you using?
Kirby is awesome. It is very flexible, like EE. But it's so much more enjoyable for adding content than EE is. That was my primary reason for switching.
Verry beautifull and clean! Awesome work Chris! Ampersand isn't also not showing on Chrome (mac).
Ah, sorry chaps. I was using an older kit from Typekit in testing and was still using the older declaration. Should work for you know.
Much better :)
I'd love to talk to you about the migration process, if you're up for it. I want to move from EE for that exact reason: I can't stand adding content to my site with it.
It rocks sir, i've been using Rooney for my own blog too and Kirby CMS too! Love em!
@Pat Dryburgh Anytime sir. Send me an email.
Big fan of Kirby. I just set up a client site with it. Absolutely lovely.
I'm thinking about setting up a blog too and Kirby seems to be a great option!
Maybe I'll pick your brain a little bit in Fiji, Chris.
Great blog too.
@Tim Swan Happy to — see you on Sunday!
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