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  • <p>What’s in store for my little corner of the internet this year? I don’t want to say more of the same because I’m not sure that’s right. I don’t want to say there’ll be massive changes either because there won’t be. Let’s say there will be a gentle focusing in on a couple of topic which forever hold the interest of not just me but the faceless masses who read this blog.</p>
<p><strong>Historical Fencing</strong>: This remains a point of focus as it’s such a dominant activity in my life. I’ll be concentrating on the cut-and-thrust single sword techniques in  […]</p>

    The Blogging Year Ahead 2012

    What’s in store for my little corner of the internet this year? I don’t want to say more of the same because I’m not sure that’s right. I don’t want to say there’ll be massive changes either because there won’t be. Let’s say there will be a gentle focusing in on a couple of topic which forever hold the interest of not just me but the faceless masses who read this blog.

    Historical Fencing: This remains a point of focus as it’s such a dominant activity in my life. I’ll be concentrating on the cut-and-thrust single sword techniques in […]

  • <p>My blog has a considerable number of pages of static HTML pages which were migrated from a previous version of the site. As these pages have their own distinct style per topic, I didn’t want to import them into my blog proper but aimed to maintain them on their own.</p>
<p>Since they sit outside of WordPress, how then to use WordPress.com Stats to track visits to them? In this post, I’ll explain what I did to achieve this goal in two simple steps.</p>
<p>I’m pretty much going to re-hash Jeffrey D Allen‘s post on the same subject. His post dealt  […]</p>

    Tracking Static HTML Pages with WordPress.com Stats

    My blog has a considerable number of pages of static HTML pages which were migrated from a previous version of the site. As these pages have their own distinct style per topic, I didn’t want to import them into my blog proper but aimed to maintain them on their own.

    Since they sit outside of WordPress, how then to use WordPress.com Stats to track visits to them? In this post, I’ll explain what I did to achieve this goal in two simple steps.

    I’m pretty much going to re-hash Jeffrey D Allen‘s post on the same subject. His post dealt […]

  • <p>The more I play with WordPress, the more I like it. It’s usable straight out of the box and, if you like to fiddle around under the hood, there’s plenty of scope for everything from minor tweaks to complete overhauls. Here’s the much abbreviated story of two tweaks which have tickled me deep down in the parts my underclothes cover.</p>
<p><strong>Migrating from Geocities</strong></p>
<p>Moving to <strong>WordPress</strong>, I had to deal with how to redirect people from my Geocities web site. The problem is the <strong>GeoCities</strong> is not interested in letting me access anything interesting such as an <code>.htaccess</code> file,  […]</p>

    WordPress: A Tale of Two Tweaks

    The more I play with WordPress, the more I like it. It’s usable straight out of the box and, if you like to fiddle around under the hood, there’s plenty of scope for everything from minor tweaks to complete overhauls. Here’s the much abbreviated story of two tweaks which have tickled me deep down in the parts my underclothes cover.

    Migrating from Geocities

    Moving to WordPress, I had to deal with how to redirect people from my Geocities web site. The problem is the GeoCities is not interested in letting me access anything interesting such as an .htaccess file, […]