New updates!

New updates!

I have spent some twelve hours updating to the latest build and latests layout. Note that there are quite a few glitches still. But I hope it's a little better than the previous version we had. If you remember some things that has gone missing since the previous design please let me know. I accidently removed a couple pages. But I have hopefully recreated all of them.

The design has changed as you have seen. Please don't get mad of "lost fantasy feeling". I will add more as time goes by. I just had to make this big update first in order to get anything done. It maybe don't look like a too big of a change, but it certainly is for me. Now I have possibilities to work easier and quicker in my admin GUI. And soon this version will also enable you all to submit news and such. It is a first step of what is to come during 2010!

Oh, and beware! I haven't checked ANYTHING for the horrid Internet Exploder yet. I cannot do that since I'm using a mac at home :) So if you haven't done so yet, install either Mozilla Firefox, Safari or Chrome. They are all excellent and follow more web standards than IE.

This new update also enables comments! So feel free to give it a try!



coldnpale 4 January, 2010 at 12:28 0

great job once again! And also think noone should be using IE anyway..:P

ObscuriaGothicShop 4 January, 2010 at 21:34 0

The update looks good so far. I love your station and listen to it several times a week, sometimes daily for many years. I can't get enough of LOTR and Braveheart soundtracks... but I gotta say... when the sample plays of "I can take you to Rivendell by paths that are seldom trodden" that sounds kind of gay! lol.

Lord Elrond 4 January, 2010 at 22:31 0

Haha, yeah that sample sounds a bit weird. But it was the first voice of Aragorn and no less than John Hurt, AND from the 70-ies ;)

SilverDrake 6 January, 2010 at 06:43 0

I quite like the new look. :)
At first I was like "Umm how do I get to the forum now?" but then I noticed the button in the right end of the bar. Duh.

ObscuriaGothicShop 6 January, 2010 at 15:57 0

Haha, it's all good. I find myself saying it outloud during the day sometimes and crack up laughing. John Hurt.... ah, he was great in the movie 1984. :)