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Sharpening My Prev/Next Arrows
by Mike Levin
Sunday, May 01, 2022
It turned out that what was “most broken” in my opinion was the formatting of
the previous/next arrows. I put so much effort into just having them at all
over the past day that it’d be silly to stop before I tweaked them to an
acceptable point. You’re probably looking at them now. Makes you want to click
them, doesn’t it? Well, here’s the secret sauce.
And here’s the post.html. I use a very old-school non-breaking-space trick
here, but it works super-well. There’s some flexbox wrangling here and its
flex sub-command I’m still getting a handle on. I may make it more elegant in
the future, but the way it displays certainly looks elegant.
And of course the other tired old trick of yet-another-div because padding or
whatever doesn’t work correctly on the inner one.
…opps, apparently I can’t show you that until I learn about neutralizing and
escaping Jekyll blog post Liquid directives better.
Oh, and the reason vim is better than emacs is because