note-sender, which I use to post this weblog, as well as my kid's site, Daily Mrrp
, my painting site
, hourly comics attempt
, and maybe others, is a web app that was oriented toward one post per page.
This thing happened lately in which I wanted to post several pictures or videos, but I didn't want to pick them serially. I wanted to just pick a bunch of media that I might want to post, look at them in the client, decide which ones I wanted to post in one go, then write comments and post those. But I couldn't, so I just didn't bother.
One of the advantages of making your own tools is that you can easily change them, but in light of the fact that "easily" in programming still means hours, I put off addressing this for a month. But now I've done it, and I think it was the right choice, despite taking time away from other projects in progress.
Also, I re-re-relearned that you should try to use classes instead of ids in CSS
because sometimes, you have to have multiples of an element that you initially thought you were only going to have one of.