I've been playing around with the idea of putting analysis and diagrams in my Blog on several occasions.
Do you know if ChessBase or one of its programs has an Export feature to allow this to be done in some sort of HTML?
If not are there other non-commercial programs available to allow for this. I have seen several on the web which allow for the "playing" of moves just be clicking on a move in the game score. ChessBase, whatever it uses, seems ideally suited.
If anyone "knows" of various tools for doing this, you may see some Blogposts which have some fascinating variety in them.
That's all for today. Had some dental work this morning, feeling slightly woozy, but intend to have some "gambit" openings shown at the Gentlemens Chess Club tonight. You are welcome to come, please bring a gambit to show us!
P.S. Yesterday afternoon I saw SKYFALL. It was good but got even better half-way through. Let's face it, Javier Bardem is one of the great "baddies" out there, Sure did hate to see "M" have serious problems. Judi Dench is one of the best in anything she does. Also glad to see people loosening their grip on Sean Connery as Daniel Craig is "owning" the role... mostly business, no fooling around. In a gambling den but NOT gambling so much as setting up his next "mission." WHO is the Javier Bardem of chess?