If you are using the Marfa theme on micro.blog I created a plugin to allow for Dark Mode. You can get the plugin repo here: https://github.com/jefferydperry/plugin-marfa-dark.
Source: Jeff Perry.
micro.blog has a neat feature where Webmention replies to your blog posts and microposts from across the Web can be displayed as comments below your post. However, I found the default look of conversations on many available themes to be cluttered and offputting.
So I edited its CSS to make it look clean and decent on any theme.
Here’s how you can have that too.
Folks, the @custom blog is a multi-user blog. If you write about customising Micro.Blog we'd welcome your contributions here. If you'd like to sign up as a user on the blog please let me know.
micro.blog has a “Search page” plugin, which adds the ability to search within posts on your blog. When you install the plugin, it adds an entry in your menu bar with the text label “Search”.
I think it should instead display just a search icon, which is visually faster to recognize and takes up less space in the menu. Here’s how you can have that.
Source: Jatan Jots — How to show a search icon instead of text on micro.blog.
Jatan Mehta of Jatan Jots wrote a tutorial, How to track external link clicks on micro.blog using Plausible Analytics:
micro.blog has a plugin for Plausible Analytics that allows you see your blog stats. It’s simple to setup: just add your blog’s domain name in the plugin’s settings and in your Plausible account. But what it doesn’t let you do is track which external links were clicked on your blog. Here’s how you can have that.
Link updated on 22 October 2021.
It's a little fiddly, but here's what you do:
- go to the "Design" area.
- Scroll down to "Custom Theme."
- Click on "Edit Custom Themes." — "Tufte theme" should be listed there.
- Click on it.
- look for config.json and click on it.
- scroll to the very bottom of the code
- You'll see "subtitle" and "mailto" — edit them.
- click "Update Template"