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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*

Novel Page Update!

I am definitely still writing my novel, and my novel page now reflects the most recent conditions! Can you believe I’ve got 168,000 words so far? 😀

(By the way, I’m not putting anything of my novel online to keep it from getting stolen, but you can keep up with how fast I’m writing it by looking at the novel page. ^_^)