The brand-new Reader Appreciation Project design has been launched. There’s still some bugs to work out, but it’s more-or-less done. If you have a moment, please check it out and let me know what you think. The new design is based off the Mimbo Pro theme. I’d like to especially thank Vivien from InspirationBit. She [...]
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RA Project will soon be getting a re-design and will likely be transitioning over to the Mimbo Pro theme. The theme is due to be released within a week and a half, and from there it’s edit time for me and the RA Project design. I’ve went ahead and took the initial concept for Mimbo [...]
RA Project has just switched hosts. This switch should be transparent to the user, but if you see or experience any problems, please let me know.
Katie was kind enough to send me an e-mail informing me that our comment system wasn’t working. When I upgraded this blog to 2.3.2, I forgot that I had modified the theme file and core files to better combat spam. As a result, nobody was able to leave a comment. For that, I apologize. Yet [...]
Thanks to the Subscribe to Comments plugin, commenters on this site can receive notices on when someone else comments on a post. It was brought to my attention by Jeffro2pt0 that our subscription manager was broken. I am very sorry to all of our readers who tried to access their comment subscriptions and couldn’t. This [...]
After a few months of promising, the Reader Appreciation Project re-design is finally finished. At the suggestion of Bes, the re-design is not the default theme. We decided to allow you (the reader) to try it out for yourself voluntarily for a week or so before it is forced upon you. I’m using a theme-switcher [...]
As promised, here are several screenshots of the RA Project re-design. There are still many things left to do, but hopefully it should be live for public testing within a few weeks. If you click on the larger images, you will be taken to my Flickr account where you can view the full size. RA [...]
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