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Upgrades! New Vote Incentive!

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Surprise! I had a minor fit of webdesignitis recently and turned the whole site upside-down. I was looking to accomplish a few different goals by doing this, and I think I hit most of them. I was getting really tired of the same dark layout and tried to make something that better reflects the art in the comic itself, which is what it’s all about anyway. I built the new layout using Webcomic’s Archimedes skeleton theme, and it’s the first time I’ve really done a WordPress layout almost entirely from scratch this way. I’m really pleased with the result, and I hope you are, too.

If by chance you do find something that just isn’t working right, please don’t hesitate to let me know in a comment or in this forum thread. I was pretty thorough about bughunting, but there’s always something that slips by.

There’s also a new vote incentive up for now, just a drawing from the 100 themes meme I have not been keeping up with at all.


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The last I’m going to say on this.

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Hopefully it’s not that apparent on first glance, but I’ve converted Messenger to run on WordPress with Webcomic & Inkblot, from WordPress with Comicpress. Comicpress has apparently been a hot topic among webcomickers lately, and I’m feeling a few of the ripples as a result, so here is the last of what I have to say on this topic. This will probably not be of much interest to you if you don’t make comics or use WordPress, it’s just my thoughts on these things based on my own experience after 6-ish years of making a webcomic.

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