Fixing the site Updates 2022-03-06 Site is more mobile responsive Making better use of new Avada feature: Avada Layouts "Better" UI Current post header Progress bar at bottom Pretty satisfied with the new Avada Layouts feature, fully customizable "sections"! A very welcomed addition/feature improvement provided by Avada Site is [...]
Site updates - GDPR message, PHP and Discord Been spending some time to update and do some posting on the website~ Quite a few welcomed changes since the last time I checked GDPR & You Though I did know about the whole GDPR shebang, didn't really update it as this [...]
Phew! Site finally updated and live! There are still some minor touches left for archive posts from jasonloong.com , but will just leave it as it is for now ;)
Last week I have resumed migrating my content from Koken CMS to WordPress, making some good progress so far! Major hassles left to settle: Slider templates and their respective mobile text sizes A better way to showcase photos full screen on their individual pages
Phew... Avada5 have been released and it's time to get back and continue migrating the site from Koken to Wordpress. (Like 5 months late?) Do like the new Fusion Builder, feels a lot better and easier to use than the previous. Not to mention, being able to save Templates! That [...]
Been playing with the theme included sliders, and wow, sliders have really come a long way! I like one of Slider Revolution's photography demo sliders. Cool! Unfortunately, as Slider Revolution is an included slider, I don't have access to the demo slider, which makes understanding, editing and using the plugin more difficult. That aside, the "normal" version of the website is looking as to how I would have sketched... But there's still a bunch of editing to go!
Koken was a good run, I liked its theme as it was closest to what I wanted, but it was time to go back to Wordpress. As for writing, just managed to copy current blog posts from Koken site over to Wordpress. Will need to re upload the photos into individual posts again, another time for that.
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