Let’s face it, this page is where the action is on this site. I haven’t updated the main page or my links in months.
Well, that’s because updating the main page or the links is annoying. It requires downloading pages, mucking around in their HTML and the uploading them again. Unlike updating my blog, which is quick and easy.
I had thought that the problem was that the blog really isn’t integrated into the rest of the site very well. I wanted to fix that so I did some research…turns out that WordPress is quite capable of running an entire site, especially one as simple as this one. So instead of WordPress integrating into the rest of the site, the rest of the site will disappear and this blog will become the site.
Thus the radical new template. The template layout is very nice; I especially like the buttons for my various pages at the top. The color scheme will probably change and I’ll do some other tweaking, but I’m hoping very soon to move the entire blog to the root of this site and then everyone can just come to ViridianGames.com to read new posts as well as download my finished games.
And if anyone has any suggestions, please feel free!
This is a great improvment to your site.
I was just curious however, do you plan on developing any commercial games? Or is that what Planitia is going to be?
what the…? i had two other paragraphs! stupid comment software!
just to test it out, this is a 2nd line, let’s see if it shows up.
oh i had
it did it again! bleehhhhhhh apparently this thing lets you use html coding in the comments. <_< was the first messup, it thought i was tagging. then i did it again in the 3rd, but i spaced it out < _ < just to see. feel free to kill the 2nd two posts and use &< to fix the first for me? >_<
If you need any help with stuff, let me know. WordPress bends to my will.
Mick: Planitia won’t be a commercial game, but it’s possible that my next game will be.
Nathan: Oh, NOW you tell me!
Awesomes! Maybe I should think about it for gbgames.com. Then again, I am looking into Drupal, but since I am already using WordPress, I’d like to avoid using two different packages that can do the same thing.
Coolio. New look is nice and clean-ish. And anything that makes it easier on ya makes it more likely you’ll keep it up and that’s golden.