2011 is slowly coming to an end. Happy New Year
I’d like to thank all of you who visited Jayj.dk in 2011 – You’re awesome!
2011 has been a great year, both for me personally and for this site, Jayj.dk. The site had a 300% increase in visits and a 306% increase in page views.
This blog started as a Danish blog but now I mostly blog on English because of my visitors from all over the world. Just 4.29% are from Denmark. I had 621.63 % more Spanish visitors than in 2010 and 706.48 % more Germans.
The most popular browser was Chrome with 40.58 % and Firefox closely after with 39.09 %. Just 0.25% was using Internet Explorer 6.
One of my goals for 2011 has to write more blog posts but I didn’t write as many as I hoped. The most popular posts was the 2009 post “A free HTML5 and CSS3 theme”. I released version 2.0 of the theme this year and the theme has been downloaded around 23,000 times.
Another goal was to release 3 themes this year and I did it!
In April I released a free WordPress theme called Cakifo. It quickly became very popular and has been downloaded around 2600 times. Version 1.3 is on it’s way!
Jayj HTML5 2.0
My free HTML5 and CSS3 theme, Jayj HTML5, got a nice update. Both design and code has been through major improvements and is much much better than before.
My most popular WordPress theme, Japibas, got updated as well. The new version has been completely rewritten – the code is much better. The markup is now HTML5 and design has been updated to use CSS3 instead of images.
I also made a free WordPress plugin: Jayj Quicktag. The plugin allows you easily to add custom Quicktags to the post, page or a custom editor.
The biggest thing that happend for me this year was to turn 18
Another was to contribute to all 3 major WordPress versions: 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3
- My first contribution was a small version number fix. A small contribution but I was so so happy
- My biggest contribution was a patch to avoid warning when non-existent ID is passed to
- See all my contributions
- I also translated most of Twenty Eleven to Danish
That was 2011 in review. Thanks again folks and I hope all of us may have a fantastic 2012!