Into the Orchard
June 8, 2014 5:22 pm
This site is now being served by Orchard, an open-source Content Management System (CMS). It runs under the .NET framework (version 4.5 as of this writing), and the main reason I switched is its ability to run multiple sites with one installation. (Yes, I know WordPress says they do it too, but I never could seem to get that working correctly.) None of the public URLs have changed, so all the links should still work. And, while the posts still have tags, the theme isn’t showing them yet; that should be an easy tweak.
Speaking of the theme, it is called Raptor.Ericka. I’ve already done a little customization; mainly, shading in the sides beside the content to help guide the eyes down the page. I wasn’t sure how much I liked the main page not showing full posts when I started, and that was one of the things I was going to change. Now, though, I think it’s grown on me. I still have a sidebar on the front page, but the actual articles now do not. A lot of the stuff from the sidebar is still in the footer, though, and it’s on every page. Another cool feature of this theme is the fact that it’s mobile-responsive. Try resizing your browser, or looking at it on a phone or a tablet, and you’ll see the difference.
If you find anything weird, just let me know. Otherwise, enjoy your irregularly-scheduled programming.