Sunday, March 19, 2006
To avoid being called a plagiarist, here are the credits. Let me know if I miss anything.
All blog posts are written by me. If this is not the case, I mention it in the beginning of the post. All photographs that appear in the posts are also taken by me. Again, if I have borrowed them from anywhere else, I mention it in the post and link to the source whenever possible.
Comments are, of course, left by the readers. Except the ones that are mine. (Duh!)
And despite what you might think, the name of this blog is not inspired by any TV show. Honestly.
The current theme is designed by me. Please don’t look into its CSS, it’s horrible!
The cute little balloon, magnifier, and feed icons are from pinvoke. Other images (Ulta Seedha logo and bullets etc.) are created by me.
Hosting is provided by Nexus. (I am a poor fellow, you see.)
Blogging platform is WordPress — code is poetry!
There are a few WordPress plugins that I have used for customizing the behaviour of this blog. They are listed below.
|Similar Posts||Displays a list of related posts.|
|Text Filter Suite||Adds advanced text filtering functions which can mangle text in amusing ways.|
If you know WordPress and its plugins, you might want to ask if the above table is generated with the help of some plugin. No, it isn’t. I wrote it down manually. (Yes, I am a nutcase like that!)
The code used for generating list of posts on the archive page is written by me. I didn’t write it as a plugin and instead used the theme’s functions.php file.
The fonts used are:
Conversion to webfonts from regular font files was done using Font Squirrel’s @font-face Kit Generator.
There’s nothing to write down in here, at least for now.
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