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February 22, 2007 [LINK / comment]
RSS, Web page reformatting
Having been W3C validated (), the RSS / XML feed for all categories is now operational. This is now officially a "grown-up" blog. I have added a baseball-only RSS / XML feed (beta version) as well, and once that is validated, I will add feeds for some of the other categories as well. There is some inconsistency in the way dates are handled, so I'll have to keep my eye on that for a while.
Also, I have finished reformatting all of the blog pages, as the first step toward a comprehensive reformatting of all pages on this Web site. The pages are now designed to be viewed on a monitor with 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, but certain accommodations have been made for the sake of those with 800 x 600 monitors. In particular, there is now a standard three-column layout in the main body, with various links (on-site and off-site) pertinent to the category in the left-hand column, and various kinds of handy information in the right hand column, with the blog text in the middle. The right hand column extends beyond the range of an older 800 x 600 monitor. As my brother Dan, a professional Web site designer says, it's "the horizontal scroll bar of doom!" Well, you have to make compromises. Netscape Navigator 4.x is no longer supported by this Web site; from what I've read, less than one percent of Web surfers still use that browser software. If you are among that one percent, and don't want to be "left behind," please let me know, and I'll see what I can do.
One convenient new feature is the scrolling navigation menu below the home plate icon on each blog page. That way you can skip from Baseball to Politics to Latin America, or whatever, without having to go through the main blog page. As I've said before, I do appreciate it when baseball fans and other visitors bring glitches or errors to my attention. Contact me!
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Hits on this page (single blog post) since July 2, 2007:
Culture & Travel
Science & Technology
This (or that) year's
January 4, 2007 ~ 110th Congress: open for business
January 24, 2007 ~ The State of the Union, 2007
March 28, 2007 ~ Mark Steyn's America Alone
April 19, 2007 ~ Senator Hanger comes to Staunton
April 30, 2007 ~
Sen. Hanger's campaign kick-off
June 1, 2007 ~
Stars shine for Senator Hanger
June 12, 2007 ~
Republicans In Name Only? You be the judge!
June 13, 2007 ~
How sweet: Reason prevails
June 24, 2007 ~
SWAC bloggers air dirty laundry
August 13, 2007 ~ Hasta la vista, Karl Rove
August 21, 2007 ~
Fading dreams of democracy
August 6, 2007 ~
Nats sweep World Champion Cards!
September 23, 2007 ~ Au revoir, RFK Stadium
October 18, 2007 ~ Nationals 2007: Year in review
October 25, 2007 ~
Augusta County Campaign 2007
October 29, 2007 ~ Red Sox sweep Rockies; Dynasty?
November 7, 2007 ~ Democrats win Virginia Senate
December 14, 2007 ~ The Mitchell Report is released
December 29, 2007 ~
The death of Benazir Bhutto
December 31, 2007 ~ Baseball 2007: Year in Review
NOTE: Thus far, only blog posts related to politics and baseball are included in this list.
Blog highlights have been compiled for the years 2010-2012 thus far, and eventually will be compiled for earlier years, back to 2002.
The "home made" blog organization system that I created was instituted on November 1, 2004, followed by several functional enhancements in subsequent years. I make no more than one blog post per day on any one category, so some posts may cover multiple news items or issues. Blog posts appear in the following (reverse alphabetical) order, which may differ from the chronological order in which the posts were originally made:
- Wild birds (LAST)
- Science & Technology
- Latin America
- Culture & Travel
- Canaries ("Home birds")
- Baseball (FIRST)
Also see: My blog practices.
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