A New Look And Some New Features For The New Year
It’s that magical time of year – I’m taking two weeks off work whether I like it or not since getting vacation off the books improves the virtual bottom line supposedly. As such I have time to tackle those long-hibernating projects. One of them is getting the look and feel of CardSharp updated. Hopefully you like the new template, and if not then drop me a line and I’ll see what I can do. I know the innards of the new template much better since I wrote it myself, so there’s actually a reasonable chance I’ll address any complaints.
In adition to the new look, CardSharp has gotten some new features that the old theme didn’t support well enough to bother with. First and foremost on the list is comments. These are in for a trial period. I want to see how worthwhile the comments are vs. how much spam I get. For the time being all comments will be moderated, so the turnaround time won’t be great. But it should still allow some discussion on the articles. Of course technology has thrown the usual spanner in the works, as all the old articles are still flagged “no comments” even though the system now supports comments and I have to update them one at a time by hand. I’ve done the most recent 15 or so already, and I’ll try to get the rest of them ASAP. Bear with me.
The other major new feature is a blogroll. I’ve always had a links page, and I’m glad to exchange links with non-spam poker blogs, forums, and strategy sites. This should just make the process easier, and the links more useful both from a SEO and natural traffic point of view. If you want to swap links, let me know.
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