Saturday, May 09, 2009

98% Done, and Posted 

The new homepage is posted, along with new pages linked to a common set of menu bars, despite a few gaps in the superstructure between those new pages and the older pages, and despite a known browser issue or two. The day is ending and I'll be busy tomorrow and back to work on Monday, so I figure I might as well get it all up there for people to see -- and throws stones at. I just discovered the new blogs -- for Reviews, and Perspectives, don't display properly in Internet Explorer (always the 'special' browser) and have posted a note to that effect, rather than hold everything until Monday evening or later when I'll next have a chance to debug.

Tomorrow I expect Gary Westfahl's Star Trek review, which will go up in the new Reviews blog (and I plan to see the film myself tomorrow). Eventually I'll tweak the layout of the News and Roundtable blogs to match the common website theme, including the menu bars. The last 2% may take another few weeks...

Here's a screen capture of the site four days ago.
Mark: The new layout got me right away. Checked your blog and sure enough - it's almost done. Very much like the photos and setup. First impression is very positive. I'll spend more time going over it but I like what I see.
As always,
Wonderful. Cleaner and easier on my aging eyes.
new design looks really nice. keep up the good work mark!
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