Web Tag


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Does Your Site Need a Refresh?
After ten years, Iím sick of my web siteís look. During my early web development days I would change the design almost yearly. My original LEGO site went through many refreshes until I abandoned it for Flickr. My blog, now, feels old and neglected…
Posted Feb 23, 2016 by Steven 4 min read

Topography Troubles
I recently upgraded to Chrome 8 and ran into a minor problem. The "text-rendering: optimizeLegibility;" CSS option now causes "hyphenate.js" to display the hyphens in some words all the time. This, obviously, isn't the desired effect I was going for…
Posted Dec 05, 2010 by SafePit 2 min read

Fun with Fonts
I decided to play around a bit and try a different font for my site. My original goal was to use something with better kerning and ligatures, but most browsers don't seem ready for that yet. I settled on using Trebuchet MS as my new site font…
Posted Oct 23, 2010 by SafePit 1 min read

So Long GeoCities, Thanks For The Memories
Well, as of today my GeoCities site of the last 12 years is no more. I'm a bit saddened as it has been a place of comfort, seeing me through different ISP's and such. It is because of GeoCities that I use Yahoo! mail, even if Yahoo! then turned around and removed the best features of GeoCities…
Posted Oct 27, 2009 by SafePit 1 min read

Nearing the End of an Era
Needless to say, one of the many reasons I started Reid's For Fun was because of Yahoo!'s neutering of GeoCities: removal of ftp and a paltry 4.2MB hourly limit. It was, however, my friend in the hey day of Internet growth and I am saddened at its (un)timely demise. Although not my first web site, G…
Posted Jul 08, 2009 by SafePit 2 min read