Notes for Mid-March

Coding March is such a hit or miss. I have been doing quite well with learning web dev almost every night. »

How Rebel Tendencies Create Habits

One thing you have to know about Rebels? We hate expectations. We don’t like people telling us what to do and we don’t like telling ourselves what to do. »

On Waking Up and Sleeping Early

Early is kind of a subjective notion for me. Early could be 4am, starting the day but with no sleep beforehand. »

Grateful For the Process

I don’t think I have ever felt as passionate about my goals as I have this year. »

Stopping at CSS Colors

Wow. I never knew how much web design bored me until I got to the topic of CSS colors. »

Relearning all the basics

This marks the start of hours and hours of relearning the basics of HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript and then going further towards backend web development. »

Bash Scripting for Hugo

I’ve written before about coding a bash script for Hugo to create filenames according to date. »

Deploying Hugo on GitLab Pages

Fork the Hugo repository In your projects’s settings, do the following: Go to Settings >> General >> Advanced then Remove fork relationship Go to Settings >> General >> Advanced then Rename Repository. »

Updates on Bash Scripting for Hugo

Clarity is an important aspect when starting any venture. Coding and/ or web development is no exception. Hence, I’d like to lay out the concept of what I’m trying to make.