Astro makes some things incredibly simple, and other things not nearly so.
The details of my custom RSS feed.
Astro RSS now supports full content RSS feed items.
Astro fixed a bug with Astro RSS that broke custom content.
Blog post pagination: I fought the Astro law and the Astro law won.
Pagefind is a great find for static site search (thanks to Bryce Wray for that line) and Astro-Pagefind integrates it beautifully into Astro.
sanitize-html is a great utility for cleaning up HTML to include in RSS, among other things, but it has a limited set of allowed tags. Here's how to add to that list.
Thanks entirely to Tiffany White creating a GitHub issue on my site repo, I finally implemented something that's been on my site to-do list for some time, but that I've never gotten around to actually doing until now: link posts.
Thanks to the brilliance of those who came before me, I now have tags on my site.
Create more compelling code blocks and syntax highlighting in Astro with Expressive Code and astro-expressive-code.
Avoiding theme flicker on Astro sites with multiple themes.
I write a lot of posts that are topically related, so now I can lump posts together in a series.
If you have a page that you want to show the last modified date on, Astro and remark can do it for you automatically.
Upgrading to Astro Icon 1.x from older versions.
Using a JSON data file and rendering it in Astro page templates.
Git hooks are pretty cool. I'm using pre-commit to conditionally update the last modified date on certain pages in my blog. Here's how I did it.