Here we go again

July 24, 2005

I was fed up with Movable Type and decided to bite the bullet and try out WordPress. So far I couldn’t be happier. The set up was so easy I’m sort of wondering what the downside is…it literally took like 2 minutes. Bear with me while I screw around with stuff.

edit: in Internet Explorer there is a large, mysterious, black void below my main menu. I have no idea what the hell has caused this and if you bother to figure it out, do tell me. Be careful, however, as your soul may be sucked forth into this void and sent off to wherever it goes; most probably a jar on a shelf in Bill Gates’ pantry somewhere…

6 Responses to “Here we go again”

  1. Mark Says:

    I’m thinking of making the switch myself, except MT offers multi-blog setup. Hmm.

  2. Michael Says:

    You’re welcome, Drew.

  3. Drew Says:

    Yeah, thanks. I’d say the error was cause I’m not good with PHP, but it was a paragraph tag and so I’m apparently just retarded

    Mark, I don’t know what to say, but I do like this a lot better. Just takes some adjusting…no more of those MT tags, just straight up code and PHp for the most part, most of which I suck at.

  4. Mark Says:

    Interesting… Is there an importer (MT > WordPress)?

  5. Drew Says:

    Yep, what you see on my site is what you get – it was all imported perfectly.
    Really impressive.

  6. […] I went ahead and turned to WordPress after Drew posted about how easy it was. Don’t get me wrong, I still have big style love for Movable Type – in fact, I’ll be using my MT license for a new big project in September, which promises to be fun. […]

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