Hacker Josh, back at work
Well, if you are not using an RSS feed reader, you will notice the view has changed a bit. I have been using some hacked together MT 2.3 era templates. They worked fine from the end user perspective, but whenever I try to hack them, they are totally different than anything else that is out there, so I have had to engineer everything myself.
Tonight I refreshed all of my templates. I am not thrilled with how it looks, but it will do for now. I still haven't figured out how to get the cocomment integration working. I have made the hacks recommended by the cocomment site, but It is not flowing through to the cocomment site when I use the firefox plugin or the bookmarklet. I think it probably has something to do with the typekey authentication, but I am not sure. If Cocomment works as well as it seems like it should it will not be long until the someone figures it out.
I am also having trouble with their firefox plugin interfering with my movable type posting capabilities. Perhaps it is a conflict between the Ajaxified enhanced editing software I installed a few months ago. If it works like it says it does, I think it will be well worth the trouble.
Also, I am having quite a bit of trouble with the StyleCatcher plugin for movable type. It looks like it is going to work fine, but then the stylesheet links don't point to the correct location. I can correct them, but every time I select a different style, I have to re-edit. I would guess it is due to me hosting my MT installation on a different domain than my blog. That is just an initial guess. Anyway, nothing ever seems to be easy does it?