The biggest hangup with both of these was tweaking my stylesheet to accommodate the script-generated content. Both sites provide plenty of handles for CSS-styling (as well as some pre-formatted options), but it's still different-enough code (both from my own templates and from each other) that I had to do a lot of trial-and-error testing to iron out the bugs. I'm still unhappy about a couple things. There's some consistency issues to iron out, and the del.icio.us script outputs an
H2 that doesn't fit into my heading hierarchy. I can disguise it with CSS, but it still offends my sensibilities. I could probably fix the latter by employing a customized JSON feed, but it will be a while before I screw up my courage to tackle the necessary scripting for that one.
This adventure also spurred me to do an overdue tidying of my export template folder, which had become cluttered with various defunct and semi-finished templates. I forced myself to actually figure out which templates are used when and purged the completely useless ones. I've wanted to convert all my pages to tableless XHTML, but the general template chaos was holding me back. Now that I don't have that excuse, perhaps I will actually make some headway.