Getting there slowly

I'm getting there slowly. All pictures that were stored in my old image gallery are imported by hand, at least most of them. I've left out some sets but the best part is over here. I made a backup of the current state. From now on it will be a hard time coding I'm afraid. I do want to import most of the content, and that means comments as well. And when I import comments, I would like to get the users in as well. At least, those users who have made comments on my website. Accounts without any comments can go.
So that means delving deeper into Drupal. Not that is a problem, it's more an amount of time I wish I could spend elsewhere. The design is pretty much done. Still got IE6 to fix, it works remarkably well in IE7, so that's a relief. Only the background png's are borked in ie so i will do those again as gif or jpg.
The how to's are in as well. again by hand, but that was easy, those were static pages anyway.

Tomorrow I'll start coding the import.

Drupal Tumblelog

I had no doubt it would be possible, to create a Tumblelog with Drupal as a platform. You see the thing is, I want to create this new website. Somewhat evolved from the old website. And I decided it would be Drupal based. I installed version 6.2 and delved my way through the available modules. At first glance there was a lot of choice. Since SimpleFeed referred to FeedApi and several sources claimed FeedApi was the way to go; I was sold.

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