After playing around with Adobe Photoshop a little today in my spare time, I decided to change up the header a little. I’m working a something new still, but for now I’ve updated to one that I made really quick.
Here is the one that I uploaded in it’s original form:
And here is the actual one that I uploaded after just using a color overlay with the same opacity levels:
Both are short and simple, but I thought that the second was a little cleaner and I want a clean design so that’s why I picked it for now. Feel free to design some art for me yourself if you would like! Just link to it in the comments so I can check it out!
Here are a couple of new headers I’ve tweaked on just a bit.
Today I came across an interesting web site with the goal of keeping people notified when their web browsers are out dated. It’s called Pushup.
It’s a simple project and it’s something that you install on your website so you yourself can make a difference online.
If the browser is outdated: It will display a simple and elegant message notifying the user that there is an update available to the browser they are using and even include a link to the download page.
If the browser is not outdated: It will stop the script and the visitor will see nothing.
Depending on your directory names you may need to slightly adjust those paths. Other than that it works immediately (clear your header cache if you’re serving cached files if you want to see it immediately).
I got an email from my political science professor today and he wanted us to watch YouTube video that’s trying to get more young people to get out and vote. I thought it was pretty cool, so I’ll add to the viral message.
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