The One with the Thoughts of Frans

A few neccesary additions to the stylesheet

Tell me what you think about the image hover effects as demonstrated on my post about my music collection. I don’t really like it, but I’m not sure what else to do. I’ll probably write a behaviour which removes the CSS hover effect and inserts a clickable source link below the downsized image, leaving the CSS hover for people without Javascript. People with Opera, Javascript disabled and drag=255 will probably be annoyed though. You can’t have everything. 😉

I also added a line to my stylesheet for code as displayed in the user stylesheet I posted recently. I think it’s fine, but feel free to drop suggestions (smaller font perhaps) if you please. This is nothing new, I just forgot to add it to my “final” version of the stylesheet before.

I just updated to the latest WordPress version. The uploading took a while, despite multiple threads and my fast connection. Perhaps I should simply have put it to 50 simultaneous connections or so for this operation. Luckily not much has changed so that my custom Atom file (for 1.0 rather than 0.3) still functions fine. I noticed that the (in my eyes useless) TinyMCE editor took up most of the time however. I just thought deleting the files involved from my planned uploads would be harder than to wait a little longer while doing other things.

I thought I’d inform people who don’t know me a little better about the fact that I use valid HTML (and CSS etcetera). When I had done that I thought it would actually be much more important to give credit to a few people. Thanks Ethan and Tom, you’re mentioned on my about page now.

2 Comments

  1. I like the hover effect. It’s quite neat. I did something similar for Dice at one point, but I’m not sure if it ever actually got implemented. It ran on a click even however.

    Cool beans about being on the about page. 😀

    February 7, 2006 @ 22:17Permalink
    Ethan Poole

  2. I don’t know about the hover thing. I don’t really like images which change size when you move your mouse over them. But hey thats just me.

    February 8, 2006 @ 20:10Permalink
    Tom

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