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YL103/blog revamped

Post by yellowled » Thu Feb 19, 2009 2:02 pm

Yes, I have done it again. Beware! Some people have reported to have been shocked: http://matthias.yellowled.de has been revamped, one might even say it has been stripped.

Any kind of feedback is appreciated :)

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Re: YL103/blog revamped

Post by Don Chambers » Thu Feb 19, 2009 3:41 pm

Clean. Simply. I like it.

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Re: YL103/blog revamped

Post by judebert » Thu Feb 19, 2009 8:05 pm

Very professional. Shouldn't there be dropcaps on all the entries?

Hey, wait a minute... stop messing with your own site and get back to porting! :lol:
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Re: YL103/blog revamped

Post by yellowled » Thu Feb 19, 2009 8:32 pm

judebert wrote:Very professional. Shouldn't there be dropcaps on all the entries?

Nah. Besides, there's no way I'm gonna edit 1166 entries manually. (I'd have to do that since the dropcaps are CSS only, meaning the first letter needs to be wrapped in a <span>.)

judebert wrote:Hey, wait a minute... stop messing with your own site and get back to porting! :lol:

I already have something in mind in that department. Fortunately (for me), I also have quite an amount of paid work on my desk right now :mrgreen:

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Re: YL103/blog revamped

Post by cmscritic » Fri Feb 20, 2009 7:45 pm

Very nice and simple.. easy on the eyes. Good job
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