As you may have noticed, I’ve changed the look of the page substantially. World of Matticus is almost two months old and the viewership has increased dramatically. I’ve recognized that fact and decided to overhaul the entire layout to become more aesthetically pleasing. A lot of bloggers like going for the dark look. I wanted to stand out a bit more since as a Priest, it doesn’t make much sense to have a dark and foreboding page (unless you’re shadow or something). At the same time, I wanted to throw my support behind my home team (Vancouver Canucks). I believe in blue. The team is now 1-1-0 (Because Luongo freakin’ robbed Iginla, buahaha).
If you notice any bugs or if you just want to comment in general, please leave a note at the end of this post so I can take a look at it. My viewing space is different from yours and I want to maximize compatability as much as possible.
Changes and Additions
Added a Flickr stream to the right. All of my screenshots and photos will be tagged worldofmatticus. The plug I’m using is Flickrss, but to my knowledge there is no way to force refresh the image feed. So images added there may take a while before they appear here.
The Main page now displays the latest post only. With this change made, it means I can do away with the “Show More” link expanding the column. Recent posts can be viewed on the left pane.
New tagline for World of Matticus on the upper right.
Facvicon added (Influenced by Kestrel)
Link mouse overs now say alternate text.
Images also gain new mouse overs.
Expansion from three column to four column look (left, content, middle, right)
Added additional posts to the Best of My World section.
Added Recent Comments to the left pane.
Removed link to my hockey blog.
I’m at the point now where as a Priest, I don’t know what else to write about that hasn’t already been discussed at length by other colleagues. I’m going to begin expanding to raid boss encounters and tricky pulls. They won’t cover the entire kill strategy, as I’m not the one in charge of that department. But what I can cover is healing priorities, techniques, and other things that you absolutely need to know as a healer.
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