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Apr. 6th, 2010 | 04:23 pm
mood: excitedthrilled

I am MOST EXCITED to announce that I have changed my website! It's at the same address - http://www.anicalewis.com - and, with her permission, I used some of the code Becky wrote for the old site. This one is, I think, a bit clearer visually. Also, my old site committed what I understand to be a cardinal sin for writers' websites: it didn't have a way to contact me. This one fixes that problem. So, huzzah!

(I'm especially proud of this because I wrote or adjusted a lot of the code on the new site, rather than blindly copying it. I certainly still used some trial-and-error, but a few months ago, I would have had no idea where to start.)

(Also, I like the header image, even if it is a bit silly. The little dazzle effect makes it for me. I did that in GIMP - thanks again, Becky!)

I've checked the site in Firefox and Safari, and it seemed to display fine, but if any of you guys are using Explorer or something else and could glance at the site for me, that would be super. (Even if you're using Firefox or Safari, actually, it would be great to know it works on different computers.) Thanks!
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"Also, I can kill you with my brain."

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from: toastedcheese
date: Apr. 7th, 2010 02:45 am (UTC)
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Wow, that is super cute! If you want I could try to figure out why some of the pages are running so long (at least in my browser). I know my strategies to make the page length work were a bit dubious, to say the least.

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"Also, I can kill you with my brain."

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from: toastedcheese
date: Apr. 7th, 2010 02:47 am (UTC)
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Also, you can remove my e-mail link from the credit, since there's no real reason for anyone to want to contact me in regards to the site. :)

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Anica Lewis

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from: anicalewis
date: Apr. 7th, 2010 03:34 am (UTC)
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Thank you!

Okay, removed your e-mail. And if you want to look at why some of the pages are so long, that would be awesome. I definitely used your dubious strategy to fix the length of the journal and links sites. No problem for the links, I figure, because the length of the content doesn't vary unless I change it, but the journal is a little silly. Still, it's mostly the index and bio pages that should probably be all short.

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