A Trespass of Swine

the Porkopolis blog

Considerations of humanity and hogritude, because an insufficiency of pigs is one of the great faults of all that the gods have made manifest to man.


Discussion and commentary on WordPress, site design, CSS, XHTML, PHP, MySql, and the development of this site.

Theme is new and improved

Today a new and totally redesigned site theme debuts at Porkopolis.org. The site continues to be powered by WordPress, and the underlying code for this new theme is built using Justin Tadlock’s ThemeHybrid and the content remains 100% Pure Pork (mostly).

Translations removed

So it has been said that St. Anthony’s favorite swine could speak, even when other groveling pigs could only squeak. Unfortunately, from today, the only ‘foreign’ translations available here will be our pig-Latinized ‘lorem ipsum’ — “Oremlay ipsumyay olorday itsay ametyay, onsectetuercay adipiscingyay elityay.”. The translation service from the WordPress plugin, Global Translator, has been terminated.

March 2011 – In and Out Like A Pig

A review of major happenings at Porkopolis.org for March 2011: blog posts on the Lords of Lard, the Reprint Series opens and a major theme upgrade is rolled out.

WordPress 3.0 Pigged

I am continually grateful that knowledgeable hard-working people take their personal time to create tutorials, detailed posts, and instructional articles that help total strangers succeed. the Porkopolis.org editor Today, Porkopolis.org […]

Blue Beanie Day 2009

I’m not just tarting up the pig, a hefty collection of pig facts and cultural observations are amassing here. The web standards side of things is more of a challenge to myself to look deeper into the code behind this site, just as the site looks deeper look into the relationships between pigs and humans.

A random image of a pig, hog, boar or swine from the collection at Porkopolis.