Turns out this very blog had been showing a PHP notice in the likes of Undefined variable: formats in […] on line 34!
It seems the otherwise great Scrawl WordPress theme contains a small bug on line 34 of content.php. In version 1.0.7 at least, that line references $formats, which is only defined within the scope of a function (i.e., scrawl_post_format()) that doesn’t get called until line 35 of the same content.php. The good news is that checking against post formats is already being handled by scrawl_post_format(), and thus can simply be omitted from content.php!
A clean fix would be to change these bits in content.php:
I’ve been looking into and reading up on (DSLR) video production for a little while now, and decided to share some of my findings online. (I’ll probably update this page a couple times in the future, too!)
It’s particularly troubling when […] code schools […] neglect to teach their students the vital importance of separating structure from appearance and behavior; the overwhelming urgency of marking up content semantically so that it is accessible to any person, of any ability, using any device; the genius (and long-term viability) of designing with progressive enhancement instead of targeting specific devices as manufacturers spawn ever more of them […].