Seperis (seperis) wrote,
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the time has come to speak of many things....

To move into a more fannish, less trauma space (though I note that despite the deeply personal and moving responses from livejournal promising some kind of word last night, there was in fact no word of any kind)--I really want a new layout for my webpage.

(If this is not the coolest, coolest, coolest thing in the history of ever, I will--wonder what is coolest.)

The problem is, of course, my webpage is--kind of. Well. I don't do a lot *there*. It's more a fic repository. An archive--ish thing, if you will. It is functional and officially works in most browsers, is fairly easy to read, and is not stressing to update. I can, literally, update that baby in my sleep. To be fair, I was in a time period where my three priorites were:

A.) can update in sleep.
B.) do not have to learn Adobe Photoshop again for pictures.
C.) will not traumatize a dial-up modem (which I had at the time).

But it is not pretty.

Now, this is where things get tricky.

Historically, when I feel vaguely motivated to do a whole bunch of updates and changes, I make it--er. Unreadable. Or I crash it. Or I end up taking it back to notetab and stripping all the HTML out to redo it again into something easy. Or I go through a semi-goth black-background/grey-text/cream link phase. Please, in the name of God, do not ask what was up with that. I was doing that shit with frames. Though it *was* pretty. It was also kind of like some kind of come-down from an acid trip, too.

But *pretty*.

*thoughtful*

I really want to do a three-column for everything but the actual stories. Except--I have no idea what to do with that third column. Maybe random red boxes for no particular reason?
Tags: my relationship with electronics, webpage updates
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