Posts tagged tumblr
Posts tagged tumblr
I just did this for myself, and a quick Google search told me that apparently no one knows how to do this properly :P so maybe this will help someone. It’s possible to redirect all your links from your old tumblr link to your new tumblr link (assuming you saved your old URL). This isn’t just redirecting to your new tumblr’s homepage.
This is like if you were linked to:
and the URL automatically changes to:
(try it!) If you’ve ever tried to find a post off someone’s old url, you know how annoying it can be to track down the post in the new url.
How to use: Just add this script either before your end body tag (</body>) or in the head section (<head></head>) of the tumblr where you saved your old URL. Change oddhour.tumblr.com to whatever your new URL is.
<script> //redirect to new blog var path = window.location.pathname; window.location.replace('http://oddhour.tumblr.com' + path); </script>
in the tumblr tagging system, unsourced artwork is considered especially heinous. on this blogging platform, the users who source these felonies are part of an elite task force called the source your fucking artwork unit. these are their stories.
"I Can’t Find Your Fucking Next Page Arrows So Let Me Just Manually Type ‘/page/2’ You Dirtfuck" - A History of Tumblr Layouts
History according to Tumblr.
I noticed that apparently you can do Twitter at-reply style usernames now?
They just seem to make a link to that person’s Tumblr, like this: dee-ee-ee
The actual markup is:
Huh. I wonder if they actually notify the person you’re trying to talk about…
rip “can you please make the last ask rebloggable?” 2007-2013
Yes and yes.
this is wonderful. also traumatic. i can’t cope with change.
do you ever share a tumblr joke with your mom only you need to like, cut the curse words and complete the sentences and by the time you do that it’s a completely different syntactical structure and possibly a separate language
I’ve noticed that my mom is completely flummoxed by jokes that exist only in predicate—eg., “when you put a spoon under the tap and it does the thing”
like she’ll just sit there waiting for the rest of the sentence
and it’s interesting because jokes like that are generally paired with reaction pics or gifs, but now it’s not always necessary because just the structure of the sentence—like a stand-up snapshot—triggers the association, and the ambiance of universal camaraderie cultivated therein.
but like my mom doesn’t even understand reaction images and having to explain the whole concept actually forced me to think about how memes function linguistically and culturally in the first place—“the image represents you, and your reaction.” “to the post?” “no, to the situation described by the post.”—and I think it’s actually a complex system of representation that is only able to function in the networked culture of instant symbolic formation and self-reflexivity
idk that’s fuckin cool shit
Look I just really love internet culture, ok.
Introducing TagViewer (officially)
Based on the fantastic work of inklesspen, TagViewer allows you to view the tags people added to a post while they were reblogging it.
This version is written from the ground up to not use the Tumblr API, since XKit violates some of their API rules, such as extensions not allowed to have a gallery (which would render XKit, you know, useless.)
It also shows the avatars of the user, and provides links to posts and searching for a tag right from the results window (opens in new tabs).
You can get it now from the XKit Extension Gallery.
Since it is at version 0.1 Rev A, if you find any bugs, please let me know by sending me an ask. Thank you!
this is incredible now i dont have to go to everyones blog to see what they tagged my art with. im so glad. so glad.