Thanks to a random surge of energy, I completed the first of hopefully many “November Nouveau” edits here at WMWorg just a few minutes ago! Here’s what I did:
a site for Helen Burns from Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre
This little site was one of the first fansites I built when I got into the Amassment community, and while I felt it was already a good site, I did have a couple things I wanted to tidy up. Those “couple of things” ended up being a lot more in-depth than I thought (LOL), but the site is SO much better off because of it. Check it out and see what you think!!
Whew, it’s November already! I still have a couple of projects in the hopper for 2016, but here’s what I’ve accomplished this year so far:
Wow, I didn’t think I’d accomplished QUITE that much this year, but it’s been a busy 10 months at WMWorg! March was my most productive month, though–weird!
Looking ahead, this is what I plan for November and December:
Whew, looks like a lot of work (and it probably will be, not going to lie), but I’m excited about it too–I’m not going to actively build any new sites or do any huge revamps in November, so I’m going to be able to do more little tasks around the domain. Check back for updates!
In the days since the release of Version 15, I’ve gone back and edited a few things here and there, such as:
Ahead for WithinMyWorld.Org during this summer (time permitting):
- Finish my in-progress Eighth Doctor site for the Construction Zone event at Amassment
- Revamp and rename my faith site (it will likely be relocated to a new subfolder as well)
Stay tuned right here or at @wmworg for the upcoming changes!
HOORAY!!! After months of puttering around behind the scenes, Version 15: Passionate Light is ready to view and explore!
Here’s some of the new sights to see:
Let me know what you think about version 15 in the comments or the guestbook! I’m really happy with it so far! (And as always, if something is displaying strangely on your machine, it’s a good bet that I have no idea it’s happening!! Currently v15 has been tested in the Windows versions of IE, Firefox, and Chrome.)
I added new/updated affiliates to Something Good and Lux Perpetua! Woot woot!!!
Also, in the midst of adding affiliates, I ended up
getting distracted and doing quite a bit of tweaking to Lux Perpetua’s layout, fixing font choices, color choices, and even some image/text formatting. It looks a lot more readable and enjoyable now–let me know what you think!
Been puttering around the domain
while aggressively procrastinating on cleaning my house! Here’s a list of what’s been updated:
Be sure to check all these out, and also keep an eye out for new sites coming in 2016! (Also, exclamation points are awesome!! LOL)
I did a major sweep on my links page, adding, updating, and deleting links until everything is current and useful again. Plus, I put up a “Featured Sections” part on the main page so it doesn’t look so empty. 😀
Check it out, especially the Domains/Networks–I added sites from all the lovely people at Amassment.org. Give them a visit–they work just as hard as I do on their sites, if not harder!
Now that version 14 is finally (FINALLY) live, I’ve been able to putter around fixing up how certain pages appear within the confines of this new layout. Mostly I’ve fixed design bugs and changed information formatting, like on the following pages:
I’ve also improved the design on this news blog for better readability–greater separation between posts, a solid color behind the posts (finally figured out how to do it without messing up the rest of the layout), and some extra padding and font enlarging both in the posts and comments sections. YAY!
WOO WOO WOO 😀 Getting things DONE around here at long last. The links page and the contact page are fully updated and much more functional now. YAY!
Next project: the College Knowledge page!
Seeing that the link-exchanges page was a little scattered, I tidied up the design and just made it a simple list of links, much easier and quicker to scan. 😀
By the way, if you’re interested in exchanging links or affiliating with WithinMyWorld.org, feel free to contact me about it! We hobbyist webdesigners have to stick together!