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 has been putting his opinions on his website since 1995—before most people knew what a website was. He has been a professional web developer in the public- and private-sector for over twenty years. He is an independent constitutional conservative who believes in human rights and limited government, and a Catholic Christian whose beliefs are summarized in the Nicene Creed. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from George Mason University. He loves Pink Floyd and can play the bass guitar . . . sort-of. He’s a husband, pet lover, amateur radio operator, and classic AMC/Jeep enthusiast.