When it comes to the design of my site, the previous theme worked but it wasn’t good enough. The main reason why I chose to go with a new theme was that I wanted to emphasize programming a bit more. To accomplish this I wanted a theme with a header image containing some code from … Continue reading "New Theme And Other Changes"
Widgetbot, which is what powers the web chat widget on this website, unfortunately has never been truly stable and because of this, the reliability of the chat experience hasn’t been guaranteed. However, that was version 1 of the software. Earlier today I went to the discord server for the project and asked for support. They … Continue reading "Take Two, Live Chat Restored And Changes"
At the bottom of my website in the footer section there used to be a link called Services. This went to a small page that listed the location of my JBLS server, JBLS statistics, and a link to Battle.Net Hashes. That link changed to go directly to the Battle.Net Hashes page (it changed rather recently … Continue reading "Battle.Net Services Update"
Over Christmas vacation I checked the website and noticed live chat wasn’t working. Apparently the specific instance I’m using for widget bot (which powers the live chat) was shut down. Today I went through the process of restoring the chat so it is now working again!
There hasn’t been a post here for awhile. What have I been up to? Well now… here’s what I got going on. I’m working on a new software project that will allow me to better serve programs and updates than I’m able to do currently. There’s just too many steps involved to get an update … Continue reading "Upcoming Things"
November 2009. That was the month and year that code speak was born. It wasn’t until the early part of 2010 that it got its own website. Back then, it was running on PHP-fusion, which was good enough at the time to do what was needed to get the job done: provide a news section … Continue reading "Welcome to the new codespeak.org!"