Best to check the blog first, but updates to the main site sometimes still happen...
Sailing Home Page updated to reflect Fly’s long spell ashore and current refit status.
Trail Routes maps updated to show new tracks for Loch Eilde Mòr hydro scheme.
New print styles to eliminate unnecessary margins, menus and footers (so making better use of paper area as well as hiding what you no longer need to see).
Major overhaul to get the site working nicely on mobile phones and make its 16-year sprawl more easily editable/maintable. So, notwithstanding a couple of mobile false dawns, thank goodness for the meta viewport tag, Chrome Developer Tools (the only mobile emulator I’ve found to match real phones) and a little help from my friends! As for the maintainability thing, we have a long-desired rebuild of the whole site parsing all those irritatingly uneditable legacy static HTML files as PHP to include main menus, section sub-menus etc. from a much smaller, more maintainable repository, with HTML5 simultaneously replacing XTHML everywhere except the blog (where there’s apparently some work to do on validation).
Further minor changes to the Music Home Page to reflect my still growing musical menagerie (bought a proper trombone and a low-pitch baroque flute!).
Starting to look at my long-neglected Web Design pages (some small updates made to the resolution and compatibility paragraphs and Petestack Page Assistant default text), though much outdated text and many broken external links remain.
Also some small changes to Current Designs to reflect big changes to the Polldubh Club site and include petestack.com for the first time as the ‘current’ design it’s been for 14 years!
A new ‘music’ subheading/page division for other sheet music (whistle/flute/pipe tunes and stuff).
Stopped the daily/monthly/yearly updates and year-by-year archives at 2011 with most new stuff since 2009 going straight to the blog. Still likely to log significant ‘main site’ (ie non-blog) updates on this page here, but just not expecting these to be as regular as in pre-blog days.
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