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Edmonton Bloggers

My good pal and colleague Geoff Harder has created BlogEd, a webring of Edmonton bloggers. The Taz Man has joined, and so have I. So if yer a local blogger, sign up today.

Geoff, I bow in your general direction for your patience and encouragement and help with coding as I continue to immerse myself into the world of MT blogging. It is much fun, and you deserve some of the credit.

2 Responses to “Edmonton Bloggers”

  1. geoff Says:

    R-Meister, you are way too flattering. The key is to not be afraid to make mistakes and boldly venture forth in ignorant bliss. What’s the worst that can happen? You maybe lose 80 or 90 hours worth of work…(doh!)

    By the by, you might want to tweak your margins a bit. I viewed your site at 800×600 on someone else’s machine and your top and right navigation gets “mucked” up, as they say in code school. Mine looks like complete crap, but I basically push all my right-hand content down to the bottom of the page so it’s still readable. You can use this tool to see what I mean.

    With regards to the “image uploading/automatic thumbnails” option we were discussing at work, this is the blurb from MT documentation:
    “If you need to install Image::Magick
    Installing Image::Magick requires compilation of the ImageMagick library, as well as installation of the Perl module that talks to this library. If you wish to have this module installed on your server, you will need to ask your system administrator to install it for you. Note that if you do not have Image::Magick, Movable Type will still work without a hitch–installation of Image::Magick is optional, and is needed only for creating thumbnails of uploaded images.”

  2. randy Says:

    Thanks for the words, G. How do you suggest I tweak the margins? Also, I’ll need to study the uploading documentation. You didn’t mention anything about a Perl module. Did you need to have this installed on your server?

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