I’m a programmer.
I run the blog off of wordpress but I do my own site design, and the coding for my site yuhindo.com on which it resides.
I’ve been spending the last few weeks doing some fine tuning and overhauls that I’ve put off for a long time. The first of which is moving my domain out of .ca to a .com … regional domains are problematic for a lot of reasons.
By the way Yuhin is a phrase that Tanobe sensei often uses to describe masterpiece art swords. Yuhindo is a place you can find Yuhin. I’m not sure if I’ll keep the name but we will see.
Also about “dō” …
堂 【どう (n,n-suf) (1) temple; shrine; chapel; (2) hall; (suf) (3) (suffix attached to the names of some businesses, stores, etc.) company;
道 【どう】 (n) (1) (abbr) road; (2) way; (3) Buddhist teachings;
I have more than a decade of old pages I overhauled to bring up to modern spec and will be putting my old archive back online soon.
A lot of the changes were to embrace modern standards (sorry 2% of the world who still uses IE, it’s time to join the 21st century) and make sure the site runs fast worldwide.
I code it all myself and I take some pride in not running any analytics scripts or tracking. I find these things are annoying and privacy violating, not to mention they slow websites down. WordPress’ software which runs this blog is an example of bloatware, many features jammed in the implementation is glacially slow due to programmer’s choices. I try to avoid that with my own site but not too much I can do about the blog software.
A lot of the changes under the hood on my site won’t be so visible but should result in snappier performance and more uniform page rendering as long as you have a modern browser of some sort.