I redid the navbar and refactored a lot of my CSS stylesheets with SASS. Bulma's pretty interesting. It seems like a lighter weight Bootstrap and works/looks pretty good out of the box. I like that it's CSS-only, and I think CSS frameworks should aim to be that. Bootstrap's jQuery dependency can make it kind of heavy and sometimes weird to work with in a JS framework. Bulma may be a bit too numbed down for me though, I miss having bloated CSS utilities everywhere to make my life easier.
We'll see, but I may do more deep diving with Bulma and overhaul more parts of this site. A lot of my existing posts are using custom CSS classes I previously made though, so these will probably have to stay intact.
I'm gonna be starting a new job soon that uses Ruby on Rails, so as part of re-learning that, I'm going to be revisiting some of my (I guess now really old) work done on this site. Where possible, I'll also try and update the site to be better and shinier.
Yesterday, I added in HTTPS support, courtesy of Let's Encrypt. I also updated all of the server packages and gems. Updating everything led to some... errors, but I think that's all sorted out now. Next, I may take a look at styling, maybe adopt a random new CSS framework to try things out. Bulma looks interesting.
I'm typing out here.
ye pretty busy. working wow. finished dualive yay, writing write up for it atm. prob not go home for thanksgiving cuz doing jam instead. dunno what to do after prob jojo space jam map or something lol