Had a little bit of trauma early this afternoon. While uploading the new weekly babes images to the server, the 2014 Vintage directory ran away from home, or committed suicide or got raptured or something. I clicked to view the contents and the wheel churned and churned and then told me the directory was empty. Then it too flew off into the wild blue. I wasn’t fretting, because I knew I had all of this year’s Vintage Babes in a page created just for that. The only problem was that last week’s Vintage lady is gone. All that remains is her thumbnail.
I’ve placed her thumbnail in the gallery page and marked it “MIA.” Now I ask for a favor: If you’ve downloaded the jpeg image of last week’s Vintage Babe (vintage-140316.jpg) please send me a copy of it via email or in an anonymous comment if you must. In the meantime, I’ll be searching around for the exact image if I find it again. Hell, it could be anywhere on the Internet. So if you’ve downloaded the vintage babe, please send a copy. Thankyouverymuchhaveaniceday.
On a brighter note, I had a chance to chat with the gentleman who designed the MASH homebrew club website at the last meeting. Since he was well versed in the Drupal content management system, I asked him if CSS, or cascading style sheets was something he knew about. I explained that I was stuck on widening SPT to accommodate the default YouTube video size and that on the test site, the center content was smashed up against the left sidebar. He said something equally as interesting as “I navigate CSS like I find my way to the bathroom in the dark.” I guess it’s settled then. I’ll send him a copy of SPT’s main style sheet and see what he has to say. Then test it. Then who knows what. Maybe new header images.
I’m waiting for warmer weather so I can get back in the bag. Brew-in-a-bag, that is. So much easier and less time-consuming with great results. I may even try out the keggel with the new long bag which I received as a Christmas gift and do 10-gallon batches. I’d have to rig up a pulley system to pull all those spent grains out. I KNOW!… an engine hoist! The future looks so much yellower and amberer and browner.
Thanks for stopping by when you can.