Site Updates

By Bill Graziano on 19 December 2004 | 11 Comments | Tags: Site News

I made a few minor changes to the site this weekend:

  • The style sheet is updated to better support FireFox. The font size should now be the same for IE and FireFox. I also made the text a little smaller.
  • There's now a link in the HTML that allows FireFox and other utilities to autodiscover our RSS feed. (Thanks SamC!)
  • I updated the advertising page to indicate that we're consistently over 1,000,000 page views per month. Woo hoo! Which gives me a chance to thank all of you for visiting. And visiting. And visiting ... So THANK YOU ALL and have a Merry Christmas and/or a Happy Holidays.
  • I also want to give a special thanks to Damian (Merkin) and Rob (the always cleverly named robvolk) who have helped me run this site for a few years now. Thanks guys!

If you see any problems with the updates please let me know.

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