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Layout Archive Revamped!

Disguises, my layout archive for WithinMyWorld.org, has received a full makeover! It’s now pretty, mobile-friendly, and pictorial thanks to Bootstrap. Bonus: I didn’t destroy anything or go batpoo crazy on anybody while debugging the Bootstrap layout! Also, there’s already a page up about Version 14, so I don’t have to quickly make that page before switching to Version 15 later. (YAY for not procrastinating ^_^)

Check it out and see how WithinMyWorld’s “disguises” have become much more skillful over the years! This is a really cool site that reminds me just how far I’ve come since I started poking around with design way back in 2003. 🙂

Fixed Up Links Page

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!

New Affiliate: Invincible.Nu! (Plus More Updates!)

The awesome Shin of invincible.nu has affiliated with WithinMyWorld.org! Go visit her wonderful web work! 🙂 She also affiliated her blog at Shinrei.org with my blog at Crooked Glasses.

Other News:

  • I updated Elusive Enchanter with a completely new layout because I realized I hated the huge header image. Go see what I made in its place–MUCH better, in my opinion!
  • Added a ton of new upcoming sites to the projects page–lots of book heroine shrines coming up here at WMWorg!

Redesigned Novel Page! Go See It, It’s AWESOME :D

So, I’ve been racking my brain for a week trying to figure out how to redesign my novel page, and I finally did it!!!

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LOOK AT THIS AMAZINGNESS!!! I can’t believe that I made something so elegant!

Actually, I had a lot of help–I wanted an update-able progress bar (i.e., something I didn’t have to create new in Photoshop every time I updated my book), and after a few seconds of Google searching, I found HTML5Doctor’s writeup of the <progress> tag, which showed how to use and style a progress bar. Then I checked the W3Schools article for a little bit more help, and that’s all I needed!

Anyhow, now my novel page is happily in the 21st century and easy to update. *commence ridiculous amounts of celebrating*