I spent some time over the last couple days updating my website in three ways:

  1. Separation between content and presentation by using CSS. It's not perfect yet, but it's much more manageable. Minor tweaks to the UI to make it a little prettier.
  2. Update site-wide all pages to better use PHP in a modular fashion. The user sees no benefit from this.
  3. Added a SVG menu and masthead. To see the cool effects, you need an SVG-enabled browser like a Firefox nightly build (1.1 Alpha) or for Internet Explorer you can download the Adobe SVG plug-in (the most complete SVG implementation so far available). Opera supports SVG Tiny, but unfortunately it's still a little buggy and feature-shy (moreso than even Mozilla's implementation).
§101 · June 3, 2005 · Software, SVG, Technology, Web · · [Print]

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