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New Design
Friday 25th April, 2008 11:31 Comments: 0
I finally wrote a script that took in the (old/legacy) string date and converted it into a more useful timestamp (which I've been storing/using for a while) for all my past entries (basically, the first 1333 posts I made). Now that I have a timestamp to work with, I was able to switch everything from 2004 onwards to use the new 2008 design. Because I was so forward thinking (*smug*) I switched to XHTML back in 2005 and it looks like my content from back then is still "XHTML 1.1 Valid" (feel free to try the link in the bottom left corner, let me know if you spot any pages that aren't green, there may be one or two). I've gone through all of 2004 and fixed about half of the pages, so now they're XHTML 1.1 compliant so the new design works for 2004-2008.

The good news? I can now (probably) ditch all the legacy code from 2004-2007 (including the hideous mess of code that I have/had for comments.php). Which just leaves the really old content (2002-2003) to get rid of.
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