Since setting up this latest incarnation of the blog, I've had significant help with my attempts to hack the CSS code to get things the way I want them. I thought that I would take this opportunity to credit the folk who have been kind enough to come to my aid.
So, here's a big thanks to you all. If I can be of any help to any of you, just ask, I'll see what I can do.
Just like in those epic documentaries by Sir David, we can see a mass migration taking place. Vast herds of bloggers are moving across the landscape, leaving behind the featureless wastes of WLS and Blogger, heading for the fertile land of WordPress. Only one pair of migrants hasn't made it so far, it's possible that the crocs got them at the river-crossing.
... one giant leap for my "Inner Stickler".
Yes, we now have uppercase characters where they belong. Capitalisation is no longer a problem!
OK, so it's no great shakes to you, but it means a lot to me.
Note: This post has been edited - the alternative spelling of "capitalization" has been used, in order to satisfy the masses.
First up - The page about Wales has been updated - Snowdonia map added, Brecon Beacons should follow in due course, and then Pembroke.
Secondly - I've added some notes to the "been there, done that" page, indicating which pages haven't yet been populated.
Thirdly - All maps have been updated. Colourschemes have been tweaked to be a bit more in tune with the page, and that annoying "scroll wheel zoom" function has been disabled. All maps now have a full-screen option and they no longer recentre when an info-bubble is closed
Finally - I'm currently hacking the CSS to allow the upper-case letters in all titles (the original CSS forces lower-case). So far I've fixed it for blog entry titles, now I need to sort the page titles and sidebar widget titles. IMO, caps are important. Whatever happened to standards, eh?
I found this interesting map while surfing:
The source site is http://www.informationarchitects.jp/ia-trendmap-2007v2.
Well, this Blog Addiction questionnaire seems to be doing the rounds, it's on so many blogs that I don't rightly know who to credit for it, so if it was you, thanks!
That must mean that, at maximum, I'm only 26% addicted to a combination of alcohol, sex and smoking. See, I knew things weren't so bad.