# Running both the new blog and WordPress on the same domain is not so much problematic but ... ugly. I can't set blog.php (the new one) as the default DirectoryIndex as it then breaks theme loading for the rest of the WordPress site that I actually want to use. I'll, therefore, just have to use PHP redirects from the Daily & Today pages. Not ideal but at least it works without impacting anything else.

When I move things over I will use the same filenames for the RSS feeds so that nothing changes from a reader's perspective.

This feels like such a big move. I have been using WordPress since 2008 (after I switched from my customised SharePoint solution, yes SharePoint if you didn't already know) so it's like a step into the unknown.

  1. Colin Walker says: #
    I thought that might grab the attention of some. Yeah, from 2003 to 2008 I was blogging on a highly customised, self-hosted (as in at home) SharePoint site. I had it doing things which, at the time, it shouldn’t have been doing. There are snapshots available on the Internet Archive.
  2. Colin Walker says: #
    I used to be a real MS nerd back in the day and remember my time with SharePoint fondly. It just got to the point where it could no longer do what I needed.
  3. hjertnes says: #
    for the record: I have zero good memories with being exposed to SharePoint, SAP, or Microsoft Dynamics/Ax/Axapta

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