Commit f8ae1781 authored by Ambrevar's avatar Ambrevar

blog-architecture: Fix typos

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......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ writers including me until recently use the [[https://daringfireball.net/project
Nonetheless, for a long time I've been wanting to write blog posts in the [[https://orgmode.org/][Org]]
format. I believe that Org is a much superior markup format for reasons that
are already well laid down by [[http://karl-voit.at/2017/09/23/orgmode-as-markup-only][Karl Voit]]. I can't help but highlight a few more
points where Org really shines:
perks of Org:
- It has excellent math support (see my [[../homogeneous/index.org][article on homogeneous coordinates]] for
an example). For an HTML output, several backends are supported including
......@@ -173,10 +173,10 @@ See [[https://gitlab.com/ambrevar/ambrevar.gitlab.io/blob/master/publish.el][my
I previously stressed out the importance of keeping the URL permanents. Which
means that we should not rely on the domain offered by a hosting platform such
as [[https://about.gitlab.com/features/pages/][GitLab Pages]], since changing host implies changing domain, thus invalidating
all format post URLs. Acquiring a domain is a necessary step.
all former post URLs. Acquiring a domain is a necessary step.
This might turn off those looking for the cheapest option, but in fact getting
domain name comes close to 0 cost if you are not limitating yourself to just a
domain name comes close to zero cost if you are not limitating yourself to just a
subset of popular options. For a personal blog, the domain name and the
top-level domain should not matter much and can be easily adjusted to bring the
costs to a minimum.
......@@ -212,8 +212,8 @@ has to be thought of beforehand.
thing less to remember whether the page =foo= was an article or a project.
- Place =index.html= files in dedicated folders. :: If the page extension does
not matter (e.g. between =.html= and =.htm=), you can easily avoid the
visitors any further guessing by storing your =foo= article in
not matter (e.g. between =.html= and =.htm=), you can easily save the
visitors from any further guessing by storing your =foo= article in
=foo/index.html=. Thus browsing =https://domain.tld/foo/= will
automatically retrieve the right document. It's easier and shorter than
=https://domain.tld/foo.htm=.
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