Category Archives: Personal Notes

Ordering a Catalog with Multiple Categories

So a lot of people have been requesting the ability to change the order of catalog items while viewing a single category. My first thoughts were right along with most everyone else, this would be a great feature. Now I … Continue reading

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One Year and Counting

Well, today April 7th, 2011, marks the one year anniversary for this blog and for CataBlog as a public release. Its been a good one with lots of fun and progress. Thanks again to everyone who donated, commented, asked for … Continue reading

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10,000 Downloads Reached

Sometime yesterday CataBlog reached its ten thousandth download. This was a significant milestone I had set for myself at the beginning of this project, and I am very pleased to have reached it. Thanks to everyone for downloading, using and … Continue reading

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100 Comments Reached

Just wanted to let everyone know that this blog has reached a hundred comments. Thanks for all the input and keep up the good work.

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Development, Purpose and Direction

So I have been struggling with where to take CataBlog and what new features to add. I am leaning towards the idea that CataBlog should concentrate on being a compliment to WordPress and its various plugins. Instead of making CataBlog … Continue reading

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Vacation

So I’m currently on vacation in South East Asia for the summer. CataBlog won’t be getting any updates until I return late August, sorry for any inconvience this causes. If you are interested please check out the travel blog at … Continue reading

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New Server

So I have finally moved the site to my new VPS from a shared hosting firm whose name I will not mention. Needless to say the site should be much quicker now, I know I’m enjoying it.

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