Housekeeping: A Subtle Site Design Change

December 28th, 2009

If you’re reading this via Epolitics.com rather than through your favorite RSS reader, you might notice a slight change: we’re now about 25% wider. In the 3.5 years since E.pol’s initial launch, the proliferation of big flat-screen monitors has changed the prevailing standards and allowed sites to spread out sideways, just like certain online authors if they don’t hit the gym often enough. E.pol has lagged a little behind the times, but no more — the results of an early New Year’s resolution.

The actual expansion wasn’t too complicated, requiring a rebuild of the top banner and some changes to the stylesheets, but let me know if you see any bugs I missed. Let’s hope the coming year’s other resolutions go as easily.

cpd

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  • 1. Kevin Bondelli  |  December 28th, 2009 at 5:04 pm

    Looks good! It’s always nice to have a little more real estate to work with.

  • 2. cpd  |  December 29th, 2009 at 4:55 pm

    Thanks man! I’m going to keep tinkering with the details, so let me know if you see anything that explodes and stays that way.

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