Website 20.1 Revision

Today I have launched a minor revision to the web site, bringing the version to 20.1. This is the first significant change to the site since I launched v.20 in April, marking the switch to the WordPress content management system. Here are just a couple of quick highlights:

  • Visual tweaks and adjustments (as always, these ‘minor revisions’ are where I start playing with new design cues that, if I like them, end up being a part of the next major redesign).
  • Adjustments to the display of list-view pages (for tags and categories). There was a lot of inconsistency before, which has been ironed out and these pages should work better across-the-board now. You’ll see a lot of improvement on the tag indexes (and, over the next few days, I’m going to aggressively tag all my old, un-tagged content).
  • Improvements to the LoFi view for mobile browsers—it should be a bit easier and faster to navigate around on the tiny-screen now.
  • Improvements to browser support—most notably the initiation of support for the Internet Explorer 8 betas (which had butchered my site previously) and some improvements in the new Google Chrome browser.

Scott Bradford is a writer and technologist who has been putting his opinions online since 1995. He believes in three inviolable human rights: life, liberty, and property. He is a Catholic Christian who worships the trinitarian God described in the Nicene Creed. Scott is a husband, nerd, pet lover, and AMC/Jeep enthusiast with a B.S. degree in public administration from George Mason University.