09 Feb Cocoia Blog upgrades.
Category: Announcement

Well, since there were comments without line breaks, the sidebar went weird, and the typography was getting less pleasing by the day, I decided to do some weekend work on fixing the blog. You’ll find that there’s numerous improvements, including a real about page, and several preparations for a big new plan. So what are you waiting for? Get out of that RSS reader and give ‘er a spin!

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  1. 1
    Greg 

    Well, I clearly noticed that now it looks better. And I also wanted to indicate you that when you put your cursor on the title of the post, the dotted underline applies to the title but also to an extra space on the right, and I suppose it’s not something wanted.

  2. Well, it’s definitely better :) Although, in safari 3, there’s a semi-dark grey line about 30px from the end of the main container :) You might wanna look into that :)

  3. I’d have to agree about the dark grey line. Other than that, it’s great!

  4. 4
    sebastiaan 

    Can someone screenshot this ‘dark grey line’ problem for me? I can’t seem to reproduce it.

  5. Here is a screen shot of the gray line:
    Gray line
    Will check your code tomorrow.

  6. http://dannyruchtie.nl/temp/sebastiaan.png

  7. Appears to be the background:
    http://assets.thinkrefresh.com/cocoia.png

  8. 8
    Greg 

    Here is a screenshot : http://tinyurl.com/35e33f

  9. it was your background 1px gray line on the left side

    Here is one without the line:
    http://dannyruchtie.nl/temp/sf-body.jpg

    Poster for new office? :)

  10. All I see that is “wrong” now is that in WebKit the background tile doesn’t match on the main block and the background ( http://dznr.org/tun7 )

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