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.
This might seem a little counter-intuitive, but the C# version of MarkdownDeep can now render Markdown content to plain text! Little summary previews are now easy...
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!
New improved jQuery API makes integrating MarkdownDeep's client side editor easy.
Yesterday I installed the latest version of Microsoft Live Messenger 2011 and was a little surprised by a couple of things.
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!
Leveraging HTTP caching to make Jab sites load faster (and reduce server load)
Get feedback from your readers with Jab's new comment capabilities.
"I've installed the certificates already!" Jumping through hoops to make Mono talk to Gmail.
Turning Jab from blog engine into a simple CMS with static pages.
Where I realize that single flat directory of files isn't going to cut it.
Adding image upload and embed to Jab's article editor. Photos, screenshots, diagrams... make your posts pretty.