New Look for Varnelis.net

In keeping with the incremental upgrading of the site to work on Drupal, I reworked the main page of Varnelis.net to highlight the weblog while breaking up content into separate pages for [articles] [appearances] [projects] and [students]. Code for these pages is XHTML 1.0 compliant and has been tested with Firefox, Safari, and Explorer on the Mac and Explorer on the PC. The latter is a dog of a program and required me to convert the entire CSS layout to Ems instead of pixels so that text could be resized. This is a problem that web designers have to work around, unfortunately. So no more complaining about the site not being bigger text friendly, Ron, but you should upgrade your browser to something modern. The next step will be to redo the template for the content pages themselves so that articles and projects are more readable for the web and standards compliant as well.

In keeping with the incremental upgrading of the site to work on Drupal, I reworked the main page of Varnelis.net to highlight the weblog while breaking up content into separate pages for [articles] [appearances] [projects] and [students]. Code for these pages is XHTML 1.0 compliant and has been tested with Firefox, Safari, and Explorer on the Mac and Explorer on the PC. The latter is a dog of a program and required me to convert the entire CSS layout to Ems instead of pixels so that text could be resized. This is a problem that web designers have to work around, unfortunately. So no more complaining about the site not being bigger text friendly, Ron, but you should upgrade your browser to something modern. The next step will be to redo the template for the content pages themselves so that articles and projects are more readable for the web and standards compliant as well.

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