hi! really dig the BS theme. i have run into a problem though. i think it's more of a tumblr issue than an issue the the theme. anyway, using the CSS you provided, i'm displaying a static front page. however, i still would like a page that displays all posts in reverse-chronological order. so i tagged all the posts and created a link in the menu. but when i open the page, posts are all mixed up, recent posts as well as posts from several years ago are mixed up together. please help!
Thanks! I’m glad you like BS. I’ve got a confession to make though. I haven’t actually seen what it looks like in probably a year. I experience this Tumblr stuff pretty much exclusively through the iOS app, where the presentation of posts is refreshingly homogeneous, albeit soulless. I guess time flies when you’re having fun. And it flies even faster when you’re a stressed out single father of unadulterated awesomeness in the form of a four-year-old kid. I mean, she’s certainly a diligent prole that helps with the production of more mundane art things, but many of my projects have been neglected nevertheless. Unfortunately, you are reading one of them.
Well, I’m glad I got that off my chest, whatever that means. Anyway, the point is that it has been a while since I stopped neurotically tinkering around here. But I have a hunch that editing (tagging) posts, especially relatively old ones, will still sometimes result in them being rearranged based on their “modification” date. Considering the sheer magnitude of people reblogging photosets of smug cats with hilarious mustaches or some such sad shit, actual people just like you and just like me, perhaps this post date rearrangement issue is a temporary database cache kind of thing that will resolve itself in a matter of time.
I have no idea. I wish that I could provide a more satisfying response because I appreciate the question, but I can’t. It may be helpful to just think of Tumblr as an enormous black hole that is humanity’s current, bleak destiny, consuming every single bit of creative energy that we have the collective potential to generate, and then crushing these shared artifacts of our making into the most beautiful nothingness of (digital) information with infinite reblogs and darkness that extends forever, reblogged. You can scroll and scroll until the sun collapses. Tumblr is just one of these cultural black holes, by the way. There are many of them! That’s what I tell myself sometimes so that I don’t get too obsessive about any of it.
If anyone has any other and/or helpful informative regarding this topic that they’d like to share, please do! Be marvelous to each other, no matter what. Curiosity rewards the steadfast. Good sleep is great, so rest well tonight. And so on.
I don’t know what SKRWT is supposed to mean, but it is apparently “the missing link in high-end smartphone photography” editing apps (for iOS). The bold minimalism may make it seem worthless. And the name is stupid, but don’t be deceived. It is indeed quite a useful tool. I recommend it.
A good chair is a good chair
There are three tiny teeth on the surface of the cap. Press it upside down on the foil to puncture the seal of the photographic chemical container and then rotate to cut open. Such built-in utility is an example of good design.