The Psalms is proudly hosted by Write.as – a new sort of blogging content management system built atop Markdown and maintained by a company which explicitly shares my commitment to a better, Open web.
I truly, deeply love my host CMS/service and do not pay enough for it. Can you say the same? Use my invite link and give Write.as/WriteFreely a try. It literally saved my life.
A somewhat-outdated version of this site's theme is listed among others in Writeas' official themes list. The full, up-to-date CSS and JS can be found below and on in this GitHub repository, which I created in November, 2020 as an experiment in using Git to track editorial changes. (That means you can see current in-progress drafts!)
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- See the Tiny version of this blog if you absolutely despise my CSS.
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Body Text: Adobe Caslon Pro
Nav/Headers/Other: Proxima Nova & Variations
The Psalms’ GitHub Repository also hosts the technical documentation for its Write.as theme. Download the latest “release,” here and/or view the raw CSS here.
If you happen to be a user of agiletortoise’s infamous Drafts app on iOS and/or MacOS, I have published a quite-uncanny theme on the Drafts Theme Directory mimicking the reading experience of this blog.
Users of Simon B. Støvring's Runestone for iOS/iPadOS may enjoy this light theme based on The Psalms' CSS.
Marked 2 Custom Style
The custom style I use to preview Psalms content in Marked 2 can be downloaded via the GitHub Gist embedded below.