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2004: Blog Started As “Kaboom Pyrotechnics”

This blog started of called “Kaboom Pyrotechnics”. And yup, you guessed it, it solely contained information on how to make fireworks. It was intially designed in Microsoft Front Page and then in Dreamweaver. These were both WYSIWYG editors!

The homepage of the original blog back in 2004.

The homepage of the original blog back in 2004.

Yes and that is a <marquee> HTML element right underneath the main image there, I was so classy back then.

2010: Blog Renamed geoWeb, Moved Hosting

2011-01: Blog Renamed CladLabs, Migrated To Drupal, Moved Onto Paid Hosting

2011-09: Migrated To Wordpress

April 2013: Background Darkened

This is when I switched from using a light theme to a dark theme.

The CladLabs background has been changed to a dark, dark grey (April 2013).

The CladLabs background has been changed to a dark, dark grey (April 2013).

2014: Blog Renamed To mbedded.ninja

  • Name: mbedded.minja
  • URL: www.mbedded.ninja

2015: Updated To The Wordpress TwentyFifteen Theme

2017-03: Blog Moved To Subdomain blog.mbedded.ninja

  • Name: mbedded.ninja
  • URL: blog.mbedded.ninja
  • Hosted By: GoDaddy (shared Linux hosting)
  • Powered By: Wordpress

2017-12: Blog Moved From Wordpress To Hugo

  • Name: mbedded.ninja
  • URL: blog.mbedded.ninja
  • Hosted By: netlify
  • Powered By: Hugo

Migrated from Wordpress (full-blown CMS) to Hugo (static-site generator). The GitHub repo that the site is generated from can be found at https://github.com/gbmhunter/blog.

The homepage just after migrating to Hugo in December 2018.

The homepage just after migrating to Hugo in December 2018.

A full post with more information on this migration can be found here.

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