Sam Brown

.net Tutorial: Build a tumblelog with Textpattern

In last months edition of .net magazine you will find a tutorial written by my good self on how to build a custom tumblelog using my favourite CMS Textpattern. This is one of the many questions I get asked on a regular basis about my site, I’m not using WordPress or Tumblr and now you have a tutorial you can follow to find out how I created a custom one myself.

Head on over to my portfolio entry at Massive Blue Build a Bespoke Tumblelog to download a PDF copy of the article provided by the great guys over at .net.

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Comments

Marius Bastiansen 26 May 2009, 03:51 #1

I´m a fellow TXP lover and looking forwards to give it a read :) Thanks!

Frank 26 May 2009, 09:35 #2

Nice, was looking forward to this. Couldn’t find the example site at the URL in the article, but (via google) at http://bespoke.massiveblue.com/

Dan 29 May 2009, 12:27 #3

It’s also possible to create a tumblelog using Wordpress, with CSS and a bit of extra PHP.

Chris Madden 5 June 2009, 17:24 #4

I actually just finished this tutorial. Worked perfect and it’s going to be my spring board for a little side project. Thanks for doing this!

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Sam Brown co-founded Iterate, and was previously VP of Design at Foursquare. Based in NYC.

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