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Ken Villines 1.0 » web design http://www.kenvillines.com Web development, programming, e-commerce, graphic design, Life and more. Mon, 04 Jun 2012 21:46:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.6.1 Jumped Personal Site from MT 3.2 to WordPress 2.0.2 http://www.kenvillines.com/archives/101.html http://www.kenvillines.com/archives/101.html#comments Thu, 13 Apr 2006 17:58:22 +0000 admin http://www.kenvillines.com/archives/000094.html I have used WP for over two years and even coded plugins for it but never had time to convert my personal site to using WordPress. I have finally marked this task off my to-do list.

It was actually easier then I thought it would be and I plan to outline the steps I took to preserve my MT permalink structure in WordPress. What I had to do isn’t outlined anywhere on the web. I had to improvise with a variation of a couple different methods. WordPress 2.x imports differently then past versions so that was the real trick…..outline coming in the next week. 

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New Comment Template http://www.kenvillines.com/archives/74.html http://www.kenvillines.com/archives/74.html#comments Mon, 05 Sep 2005 14:57:25 +0000 admin http://www.kenvillines.com/blog/?p=74 I am happy to say my new comment template is finished. It took me all day yesterday…argh! I kept running into CSS issues, but then again I was trying to watch sports all day too. I will post something a little more meaningful later but for now click and make a comment :)

BTW: I have only tested the new templates in safari, firefox, Mozilla, and camino on Mac OS X. I fully expect to be making CSS tweaks later.

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Working on new Site Template http://www.kenvillines.com/archives/73.html http://www.kenvillines.com/archives/73.html#comments Fri, 26 Aug 2005 22:59:47 +0000 admin http://www.kenvillines.com/blog/?p=73 It has been a long time coming but I am finally updating the site template for my personal blog. I have put it off long enough. I did alot of work on the Main Index today and will be updating/tweaking all templates over the next month.

I also want to add LiveSearch – It is such a cool feature. If anyone has any feedback to give me? please do.

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Cleaning up CSS http://www.kenvillines.com/archives/96.html http://www.kenvillines.com/archives/96.html#comments Sat, 27 Sep 2003 16:29:04 +0000 admin http://www.kenvillines.com/blog/?p=2 Well, I am cleaning up some Style Sheets this morning and found some problems in the sheets and in my html. The real problem is that no browser caught the problem except for Safari on Mac OS X and Opera on all platfroms.

This code works fine:

<a href="$bracelet_url" CLASS="navleft">Bracelets</a>

But what I didn’t notice was that I put the navleft class into the table tag that contained the links. A mistake that no browser caught so I thought everything was fine. I didn’t run my code through the standards validation and should have (I will next time). This was on the table:

<TABLE WIDTH="140" bgcolor="#ffffff" BORDER="0" CELLPADDING="0" CELLSPACING="0" valign="top" CLASS="navleft">

It caused the whole table to take on the HOVER attributes for the background color. It is interesting that IE and NS both ignored the navleft on the table tag since it obviously isn’t an href tag. Is it a bug? and if it is then who’s bug is it? I think we can chalk this up to another difference between the browsers.

I am going to research what the standards site says…be back later.

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