Sometimes you just can’t ignore the temptation to tweak and tinker with your work, especially when it’s a personal site…
One thing about web development that I have a love/hate relationship with, is the desire to constantly tweak and fiddle with what you’ve done.
Even something that you’re immensly proud of and happy with; you’ll get the urge to go back and change a little bit here, improve a bit there.
This is especially true of blogs/personal sites. Because it’s yours, you can do what you want with it.
Take here for example. A few days ago I had a design I was reasonably happy with. Then for some reason I decided I wanted to try my hand at porting Kubrick to TXP. Boom-baddah-bing and here we go. Most of the site now uses the Kubrick style (albeit with a number of changes) and I’ll be moving the rest over as and when.
Once I get this distraction out’ve my system, I’ll get back to the XML-RPC script. Promise.