Sarah Avery (dr_pretentious) wrote,
Sarah Avery
dr_pretentious

What The New Website Can Do (We Hope)

My website is now faster to load, easier to use on a wider array of devices, and subtly more intuitive. The things that worked about it before it crashed work again in approximately the same way, at least from the user's point of view, as they did before. So the homepage picks up my blog posts from Livejournal automatically (which is much less time consuming for me than posting it on my website first and having LJ pick it up), and the overall aesthetic is the same.

The email list subscription works now -- I know because some of you have subscribed in the past few days. Thank you!

We've got plenty of updating left to do, especially of content. The bio, biblio, and event calendar pages still need to be caught up, and we'll be adding a new section for free reads. Dan is working on making the site mobile-friendly. There may be technical problems that don't show up in our humble testing environment. We just have to survive the first week of the school year and hosting a child's birthday party, and we'll be able to turn our attention back to the website. (Have I mentioned recently the awesomeness of my spouse? He's devoted just about every second of his free time over the past three weeks to this project.)

Meanwhile, if you feel so inclined, please go poke at sarahavery.com. If anything breaks, doesn't look right on your hardware or in your browser, or could otherwise use improvement, I'd take it as a great kindness if you'd let me know.
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