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The worst thing about writing a shiny new blog engine is that your old blog engine starts looking even older.
A lightweight markup syntax for gallery components that's compatible with MarkdownDeep.
Today I released bradr.me - a personal blog of other things I'm interested in.
Jab now has an auto-save capability. The way it works is a little different from most other systems, but I think intuitive and mostly automatic.
One thing I really wanted to solve with Jab is the problem of having to manually resize photos to a suitable web resolution before uploading to the server.
Jab now supports import and export of articles, comments and categories to/from WordPress WXR format. And some handy full backup/restore options...
Theme variables are small user configurable settings that allow the user to tweak the appearance of a theme without requiring editing of the theme file itself.
Jab can now serve up scaled images by simply appending query string parameters to the image name.
Yesterday I added the ability to download an entire Jab folder as a zip file. Today I added the opposite - upload and extract!
Jab now supports downloading an entire folder full of files as a single .zip file.
View the full index of an entire Jab blog... fully themed of course.
Organize your articles into useful categories. A place for everything and everything in its place!
Nothing like a like in-memory caching for speed improvement and DB load reduction.
Administration features always seem to get neglected, so today they get a little polish...
An new but odd little feature in Jab that might just save the day (or might never actually get used).
Sometimes I think cool custom 404 pages are the web equivalent of Easter Eggs. Now Jab lets you build your own!