Photos and gfx from old site

I don’t think I’m going to upload them.

Need a new theme. On the hunt.


9 thoughts on “Photos and gfx from old site

  1. Ron 12/04/2007 / 4:04 am

    Love this theme I am seeing now with waterfront piccie: so bright and fresh.

  2. Ron 12/04/2007 / 4:05 am

    PS doesn’t seem to be a link anywhere on a comments page to get back to the home page.

  3. kyte 12/04/2007 / 4:14 am

    Hmm.. odd. I thought Kubrick had the link built into the header. I’ll take a look.

  4. kyte 12/04/2007 / 4:19 am

    Can’t seem to find an easy solution. Perhaps I’ll add a navbar at the top, or change the coding. The link back *is* included with the normal header, but once you actually change that via the theme options, the link disappears.

    OK: looks like I have to leave the text link in. I’ll re-create the header.

  5. kyte 12/04/2007 / 4:39 am


  6. Michael 18/04/2007 / 1:17 pm

    Okay, so this is the new hosted site and will fold or link to this?

    Obviously you have more flexibility with themes and plugins on a hosted site.

    I use for hosting. They are US based but I like the fact I can host multiple domains on the one account. I’ve got five WordPress sites and 11 domains/subdomains running at the moment from a single FTP login.

    I paid US$120 for two years, 55GB disk space and 5 TB (terabytes, 5 million MB bandwidth). They’ve actually got a better deal going at the moment!

    Just looking at my account, I’ve only used 78MB of data and 2GB of bandwidth so far this month.

    On these figures I could go back to hosting my own photos, rather than using Flickr and file storage accounts.

  7. kyte 18/04/2007 / 8:09 pm

    I’m probably going to go the whole hog and delete I needed to give it a go and see if it was enough. It wasn’t. At some point in the future I may get sick of blogging, but I want to keep the email address so.. oh well.

    I really don’t need the massive space and bandwidth you are describing, I never did. I can add another domain but have no desire to, subdomains are enough. At ASO I had the capacity to add unlimited everything but just never wanted to. I just love the speed of the site now, for me: having the servers in Sydney is great.

  8. Ron 18/04/2007 / 10:54 pm

    If you delete, Kyte, you can never get it back again: it’s deleted and that domain is unavailable again forever.

  9. kyte 19/04/2007 / 1:20 am

    Yep, I saw that when I went to do it, so instead, Ive got rid of all posts, pages etc and left a note of explanation and the link to here. One day I might want it.

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