Site Development

This is a little overdue. First the things I’ve already done:
1) I’ve changed the link colors to make them stand out more. They continue to be fairly soft, mellow colors (intentionally), however.
2) I’ve reorganized my links list. It is now alphabetical by category (first is friend sites, then webcomics, then projects I’m affiliated with). I also moved the wedding gallery out of the external links section and into the internal links section.

The things I’ve slated for the next few days:
1) I’ve got about two dozen links that I would LIKE to add to my links list, but that would make it an unwieldy list at best. Instead, I’m planning on making an actual links page, with category headers and everything. If I get particularly ambitious, I may even add descriptions of each site.
2) I need to propagate the rest of the changes that I’ve made to the main page that haven’t yet made it into the rest of the site. Such as the wedding gallery link, and the color changes.

Check back in a few days to see if I actually did it.

[UPDATE 10/7/2003 5:42PM]: Propagating the colors is now done.
[UPDATE 10/7/2003 5:55PM]: Wedding Gallery Link has been propagated. (I really ought to just turn the entire nav section into includes, so I don’t have to keep doing this.)

One thought on “Site Development

  1. You should setup a side blog for your links. If you create a second blog in MT and delete all the templates, you can set it up as a side-link blog, and include it in your current blog. That will give you space for each description of the links and automatic category sorting as well. And all the other features of mt, you could have your links archive by month too. Possibilities are endless. Go to Brad Choate’s Site., he’s got some great information on that.

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