Finally! After messing around with php and css theme files on the site, I’ve finally got the brew review tables to look really nice and stretch across the entire page. It took a couple of hours and a bunch of code printouts. I found that there was some interaction between the relevant page templates on the site with the css code in the theme. Experimentation and research brought us to where we are today. I had briefly thought of combining all the tables into one, buy that would be a minor headache to update. It stays as is for the time being.
Now that the page problems with the centering and width are solved, the next step will be to incorporated that feature into other pages. I dunno… like Readers’ Rides or Sticker Pics or the Babes galleries or something. I have to take some time to absorb all of this wonderful working software machinery and put it to other use. It’s time to fine-tune the other inner mechanisms. A work in progress.
Last Friday there was a peak in visits of a little over 9000 page loads. Saturday they went down to a little over 6000… then back to normal. Humpday Honey Kaley Cuoco has been the top visted page and the browsers have IE in the lead for this time.
I thought we had something special going on last week with the first 5-star rated babe. Rosie Jones, last week’s Pretty Face, was a full 5 stars all week until Friday afternoon. Some reader(s) cast the vote(s) and brought her down to 4 1/2 stars. Nonetheless, the rest of the Weekly Babes came in at 4.5 stars except for the Pinup. I’m trying to figure you guys out. Traditional post WWII pinups or more modern art? Same goes with the other babes: bigger or smaller butts? Pretty or just cute? B&W for the art, or for the body? Nat/Not for the obvious, or for the questionable? (I prefer the latter.) Still, it’s a challenge. Voice your opinion in the comments.
I’m looking forward to the warmer weather that spring brings, but here in Illinois, it might not happen until late May. Then we’ll have a short blistering summer where we don’t have to cut our lawns and we’ll be able to hear the trees scream. The mosquitoes may migrate south. And that’s a good thing. Except for the air conditioner.
More comparison beer posts for Saturday night are on the schedule and now that I think I know what I’m talking about, they will be about two beers of the same style with similar or close ABVs. I loved the Westy St. Bernardus comparison. Dark Lord Day ticket sales are approaching next month and I’ll be keeping my ear to the post. I’ll letchuz know all about it.
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