Websites update «The Big Merge»

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Ten days ago, I woke up with both of my blogs (davidrevoy.com and peppercarrot.com) dying under thousands of spams (comment section) on both of them... a sunday morning... yay... I then decided to put in high priority a cleaning of all my articles published here since 2006 and update the CMS PluXML I was using on both. With over 485 articles and over 8000 comments it wasn't easy and I worked hard every days to update both of my two blogs... into this single one.

What's new:
  1. A table of content for my brushes/tutorials/extras.
  2. A portfolio with my best artworks proposed in very high-resolution.
  3. Three choices of RSS to follow all, the webcomics or the tutorials.
  4. A footer at the end of all pages proposes to filter my post by licenses.
  5. I added more than 10 tutorials posted previously only on Patreon or on Youtube.
  6. I worked for a compatibility with phones/tablets/computers.
  7. I added a special page to detail the available options to patron my work.
  8. Pepper&Carrot website was a bit simplified (a good thing).

( PS: If you received this message via your RSS along a lot of notifications of unread articles, sorry about that it is a side effect of updating the database. Also, if you followed the RSS of the comments, the adress has changed: check the new RSS adress here.)



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License: CC-BY David Revoy, www.davidrevoy.com, .

Tags: #maintainance #website #lab

5 comments

link David   - Reply

Thanks for the update ! I noted the URLs in the "table of content" are local ones (eg "http://localhost/davidrevoy/article332/tablet-history-log") :)

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

Hi! Thank you for reporting the issue. The origin of this bug comes from my CMS: if I add links relative to the same host, the WYSWYG editor auto cut the host from the adress in final link. I was a bit too confident in this system and thought it would have same consistency even in "static" pages like the one of Table of Content. I fixed the page, thanks again!

link Luc   - Reply

Hi David,

Where can I find the two webcomic episodes which didn't feature Pepper but other stories, that used to appear in the "Webcomic" section of Pepper and Carrot? One of them was about a girl who heard her parents fighting; the other one I don't remember at the moment.

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

Hi! Yes, I moved them to the blog on the top category "Webcomics" https://www.davidrevoy.com/categorie2/webcomics (at the end).

link Luc   - Reply

I see, thank you! It's really a great story.

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