Tag Archives: HTML
Digging into yesterday’s problem more I found references to a procedure called font boosting, and a number of ways to potentially control it or turn it off. Font boosting has to do with making the text larger by default on … Continue reading
The introductory animation on my website has been a source of annoyance for me for some time. It never scaled properly on Android devices. It worked fine on every other browser I was able to test (IE, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, … Continue reading
The static pages are finally complete and QCed. That’s all I have energy for. Have a great weekend!
I continued to tweak the meta tag settings on some of the pages to get them to look right on mobile devices. I got to test things on several different phones yesterday, which helped a lot. What I came up … Continue reading
I slogged through and got the hard part done. Migrating the WordPress installation down one directory was blissfully easy and the rest of it was just applying elbow grease and being thorough. It’s nice having a true landing page. That … Continue reading
I’m in the process of hand-editing all of the static webpages and I think it’s coming together reasonably. Doing these pages over and over again makes it clear that I should be doing at least the simplest level of automation, … Continue reading
I try to keep digging until I understand things from first principles if it’s at all practical. I won’t claim I’m above settling for a temporary fix if there’s a deadline or so I can move on for a while, … Continue reading