I set this up on Sasstrology ages ago (i.e., the rel=author connection). I honestly believe that it's working now because I updated my photo in Google+ after years of using the same picture of myself that I've used almost everywhere.

  • It's showing up on my Fargo blog too!

07/25/13; 02:30:06 PM

Once a politician has deceived people, he gets a second chance. When he deceives them a second time on the same issue, he loses whatever public trust he might have hoped for.

07/25/13; 11:27:28 AM

Read this post for background.

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  • In the Fargo Settings menu (where your name shows up at the far right), choose the CSS tab and enter the following:

    • .red {

    • color: red !important;

    • }

  • As you set up the Scripts menu, name your second order headline Red.

  • Enter the following as the child of the Red node:

    • op.attributes.setOne("cssTextClass","red");
07/25/13; 10:17:35 AM

Dave just recently released a new tool in which you can create a new Fargo menu with short javascript functions.

I know javascript from Adam, but I was able to create an easy script after looking at Eric's link headline script and Dave's list of "verbs." It allows me to quickly assign one of my more frequently used Font Awesome icons to a headline without having to either open the Edit Attribute dialog () or scroll through the many pages of the Choose Icon picker.

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  • If you haven't already, create a new outline and call it menubar.

  • At the top headline, write something like Scripts. This will be the title of a new menu bar sitting to the right of Docs in Fargo.

  • Create a child node and call it Star.

  • Then create a child node for that node, and enter the following:

    • op.attributes.setOne("icon", "star-empty");
  • Refresh your browser to load the new menu.

  • In a different outline, click on a headline then choose Star from the Scripts menu.

This will work for any icon, you just need to sub out star-empty with the name for any other icon from the icon cheatsheet.

07/25/13; 09:50:45 AM

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By Jeffrey Kishner, Thursday, July 25, 2013 at 9:50 AM.