I’ve implemented the first stage of my new site design. It will take me another 2 weeks to implement additional navigation, fix some IE specific issues, and optimize the CSS & images. If you have problems (visual or technical), please leave a comment here. I’d love to hear them!
I’m aware the main navigation links are broken on IE 6 Windows. For you IE Win users, until I have time to fix the transparency issues, here’s the About page and the Search page.
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Congrats, though it’s a little hard to read the text on top of all those dots…
I like the new design`-`
MSIE 7 b2 is not fairing too well … The footer is ending up in the middle of the page.
I like the overall look and feel though.
Reads fine on my PC, but yeah Rob, the Mac’s brightness here does hurt my eyes. I’ll see what I can do.
Thanks John! Not done, but close enough for feedback.
Scott, I’ve used an IE hack that is expected to break in IE7 because IE7 fixed a bug, thus the hack is ‘fixed’. I hate web design, but I’ll think of someting. Thanks a ton for confirming that IE7 truly does break the design.
Jesse, what is wrong with you?
Nice use of SIFR. It’s pretty cool to see that you used it for your title as well. I’m considering some SIFR goodness for my next redesign. Damn my overflowing desire to change my designs all the time!
SIFR isn’t worth it unless you can get the alpha version 3 to work. I couldn’t, but my justification is:
– font sizes stay the size you tell them too
– Flash 8 fonts look DAMN GOOD!
Thanks! And good luck. If you get SIFR alpha 3 to work, please blog it.
i love the SIFR. :)
The entry text isn’t visible if you read it with Thunderbird as RSS reader…
Thanks for the comment Michael! Which one? The RSS full or RSS summary? BTW LOVE the Flex card… PIMP!!!
He man, sorry for the late reply. I’m using this link:
And about that Flex Bday card… :-) thats just one of them…
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