Vincent Ritter

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"It's been difficult for me to think about pricing for Scribbles considering its featured set, yet simplicity."

Thinking about pricing on the Scribbles Blog

Let me know what you think ✌️❤️

"Last week I deployed a few changes and tweaks that would be helpful to customise your site even more — as usual I get a request for some of these, so it's always fun to get these in as long as they fit with the overall vision of Scribbles."

On the Scribbles Update Blog 😋

OK, all remaining Scribbles invites have been sent out. One more email with questions to answer. Main questions right now:

  • Fediverse integration — nope, not happening. Use if you want that.
  • Markdown — for now, nope. I prefer simplicity over syntax. Many requests for this 🤔
In the last post I wrote about some stretch goals. Namely expanded posts on the homepage, title-less posts and an RSS feed for Explore. Well, guess what? Yeah, those are all done ✅

Expanded posts, title-less posts and explore tweaks on the Scribbles Update Blog

Scribbles is already pretty robust, but now it's time to work through my list that are essential for launch.

Feature freeze as I get ready for public release on the Scribbles Update Blog

Also, the last batch of invites going out on Monday. And also... this allows me to concentrate on client work too 😅🫣

Link Me support is ready for you all under "Verification & Proofs" in your blog settings page. And it's super simple.

Introducing link=me support on the Scribbles Update Blog

... also, slight spelling mistake there 😅

I wanted to follow up on creating pages in Scribbles with giving a slightly better overview of what your end result will be when you're in the editor.

Editor tweaks and kudos emoji on the Scribbles Update Blog

This one was fun!

I've seen some creative ways of getting around adding pages, by creating posts and linking to them, so I wanted to tackle that and add some support for pages that keeps things a little cleaner.

Initial support for Pages on the Scribbles Update Blog

"Well, it's been a week! Well, OK, about 10 days. Productive for sure and I have no idea where to start here except to say that there's been so many changes in the past week on Scribbles it's difficult to put them here."

A raft of changes: blog settings, explore and much more on the Scribbles blog

Pretty sexy search page for Scribbles. Happy with the way it worked out.

I deployed a lot of new tweaks and changes to Scribbles in the past week, especially in the past 24 hours. Remind me to write it all up in a blog post!

"Add to Dock..." — looks nice.

Today I pushed out a long list of tweaks for you all. Before I get there though, just know that I am eternally grateful for all your feedback to date. Let's go.

Canonical links, alt tags, published date picker and so much more — on the Scribbles Update Blog

This was a "let's deploy this at 4AM" kinda thing, but happy with the way the settings screen is looking on Scribbles. And because I wanted an "update" blog for it, I added support for switching between blogs when you have more than one. It'll always show your selected top most.

Creating a new one isn't yet done but will probably be there this week if I have time. There is so much more I have to do though, especially with Blog set up and the way I layout some of the settings.

Scribbles Blog & Settings screen
Scribbles blog picker

Just added an accent colour picker for a Scribbles blog — looks nice! That will change link colours and also the little dividers. I'll add support for custom accents because I know a lot of people love different shades of pink 😋