Best Practices for Git Commits?

I’ve been updating my online portfolio hosted on GitHub, and find myself getting lazy. Instead of developing on my local server, then publishing changes, I’ve been making little changes and pushing them to the portfolio repository. Sometimes it’s as simple as adding a link, other times it’s adding/removing a feature, or a whole group of images at once.

I get the feeling there’s a better way of committing and pushing changes in general, but before I get too entangled in one method, I thought I’d ask you who are working with Git (or any versioning system, for that matter) how you do things. Any advice is welcome, especially if you have a particular reason for how you work.

#Grid (Hashgrid) WordPress Plug-In

After using the #grid feature on the Analog website, I decided to add it to my development toolbox. I’ve been working on WordPress for the past few months, so I thought I’d try to make a plug-in out of it. After poking around the Analog site a bit, this is what I came up with. Feel free to comment or tweak as needed.

I wanted this to be as simple as possible, so all it does is load up the CSS and JavaScript files. The hashgrid.js file does all the heavy lifting.

You can download the plug-in here.