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Fear Goidte
Pronounced like “Far Gotcha”. The splendid online isolation of me, James Ó Nuanáin, wherein I gather together any loose cleverness that I manage to accumulate. This site is, primarily an exegesis on how it was made. For the moment, it is mostly beak and bone with very little feather and fur.
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This page contains all the articles on this site. They are first listed by category, and then by year.

By tag

All tags used on this site, followed by the number of posts tagged with each of them.

  1. .srt (one)
  2. 404 error (one)
  3. ::before (one)
  4. abbr (one)
  5. acronym (one)
  6. application/xhtml+xml (two)—The application/xhtml+xml media type (R.F.C.3236) is the primary media type for X.H.T.M.L. documents.
  7. BBEdit (one)
  8. blogging (one)
  9. clipping (one)
  10. contraction (one)
  11. C.S.S. (one)—Cascading Style Sheets is language for expressing the presentation of mark-up documents like those written in H.T.M.L. and X.H.T.M.L.
  12. curly quotes (one)
  13. eRuby (two)—eRuby is a template language for embedding Ruby into plaintext and mark-up documents.
  14. file not found (one)
  15. generated content (one)
  16. GitHub Pages (two)—GitHub Pages is Github’s website hosting service.
  17. Github (one)
  18. initialism (one)
  19. ligatures (one)
  20. links (one)
  21. lists (one)
  22. Markdown (two)—Markdown is John Gruber’s lightweight mark-up language.
  23. markers (one)
  24. Middleman (seven)—Middleman is a program for generating websites written in Ruby.
  25. next (one)
  26. ol (one)
  27. OSX (two)
  28. prev (one)
  29. rbenv (one)—rbenv is a version management tool for dealing with multiple installed versions of Ruby like an older system version and a more recent version to support a current Ruby application.
  30. Redcarpet (two)—Redcarpet is Ruby library for processing Markdown into H.T.M.L. or X.H.T.M.L.
  31. rel (two)
  32. Ruby (two)—Ruby is a general purpose programming language.
  33. selectors (one)
  34. SubRip (one)
  35. subtitles (one)
  36. text replacement (one)
  37. ul (one)
  38. utf-8 (one)
  39. X.H.T.M.L. (four)—Extensible Hypertext Markup Language is part of the family of X.M.L. markup languages. It mirrors or extends versions of Hypertext Markup Language (H.T.M.L.).
  40. YAML (one)—YAML is a format for storing data that endeavours to be human readable.

By year first published

Each year of the archive followed by the number of posts in that year.

  1. 2016 (12)