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New theme on blog.ipspace.net

You might have noticed that my blog looks a bit different than it did a few hours ago thanks to fantastic work by Nils & Mathias from Strandrover.Agency (and a bit of homegrown blogger template hacking). We tested all functionality we could think of, if we missed something, please write a comment (they still work ;).

When reporting a problem, please tell me what browser (and browser version) you're using and whether you're using a web proxy (like Cisco Web Security Appliance).

11 comments:

  1. It's, uh, perhaps a bit broken at the moment. Should all the icons be massive? And white background, basic serif fonts, blue underlined links?

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    1. You must be using an old browser or an old proxy that cannot handle HTTPS algorithms used by CloudFlare. A few years back I considered that a showstopper, and decided not to have TLS on blog.ipspace.net. Now it's 2017...

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    2. Tried to solve the problem, but there's nothing I can do if your browser or proxy doesn't work with ECDSA certificates. The only thing I could do was to make it suck less by hiding massive icons and adding a line saying "CSS failed to load..." Thanks again for reporting this one!

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  2. Looks really nice! Good job :)

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  3. Looks good, but you might want to throw a little more bitrate at the header image with yourself in it, looks pixelated and bitrate starved.

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    1. Interestingly, header image is served by Cloudflare, so I'd guess there's enough bitrate at the server end ;) They are massive though, asked the designers to reduce them.

      As for pixelation - that was the best photo of me presenting we could find anywhere :((

      Thanks for the feedback!

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  4. The favicon icon is now the standard Blogger icon instead of your old icon. Makes it more difficult to locate the tabs I have open for your site in my browser. (For www.ipspace.net, I still get the old icon, but not for blog.ipspace.net.)

    /Thomas B

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    1. Thanks for the bug report. Fixed (this one was easy ;)

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  5. Like the new design. Great work!

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  6. imma like the design very much, gj!

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