Reading an interview with Kirk Pepperdine, I came accros the following statement:
Dumb code tends to be more readable and hence more understandable.
Every now and then I stumble upon the assertion that everybody has his special, unique gifts and strengths. Identifying them, and finding a “niche” of own, equals the discovery of a gold mine, and opens the path to a life full of success and self-fulfillment Read more >>
When I started setting up WordPress1, I came across the need to adjust the CSS. I felt immediately that messing with the theme’s
style.css would be wrong.2 Instead, I felt there should be an extra CSS file for customization separately included via a plug-in.3
I’m a skilled programmer, so I was about to quickly write the plug-in myself (I figured it wouldn’t be too hard to do it). The names that came to my mind were
MyCSS for the plug-in, and
my.css for the style sheet. But before I set out to coding, I attempted a search for it on wordpress.org.
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Groovy baby! I’m out here! At last!
A long journey it was, for sure! But that’s another story, to be told at another time.
Now, where shall I put up my hammock? 😉