Well, I'm not quite there yet, but I feel I've made many strides in the right direction. Basically moving away from the old code that managed all the entries and archiving. I've added controls to manipulate how many entries get displayed on the main page. I rewrote a lot of chunks of code, renamed and shuffled some files. All entries are now stored under a subdirectory called "archives" and are named by their own time-stamps. The biggest problem I'm facing now (other than my obsolete use of tabs , is that all my archives are left in raw text. I'm tempted to add a subdirectory under archives, called "html" and just throw HTML formatted archives there, but it would double the amount of processing, that NanoBlogger's already doing.
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