The following Weblog items are filed under the Website category. There are 28 entries in this section. The earliest was published on December 16, 2008 and the latest entry was filed on July 28, 2009. If you have any comments about Website please let me know!
July 28, 2009
Quicktime Movie Gallery
Last night I updated the QuickTime movie gallery. For some reason not all the movies were being shown in the gallery.
I fixed the database sorting issue and enhanced the gallery by displaying more images per page. There's still plenty of quicktime movies that I need to put in the gallery. I have 188 quicktime movies on the server but only have 50 in the gallery.
April 06, 2009
I just renewed cryan.com for another 2 years. I have had ownership of this domain since April 1998. Its unbelievable that I have own this domain for more than 10 years!
I am looking forward to adding more value to this domain and increasing the audience that visits this website every day.
March 20, 2009
Works in IE8!
I just testing this site using IE 8, which was officially released last night. I didn't encounter any issues using the latest browser from Microsoft.
I still think that Firefox is the better browser to use on this site and will continue to build the site around FireFox and Google Chrome.
January 05, 2009
I am in the process of updating the Website look and feel. I hope to have the complete websites transfered in the next couple of days. The Daily Blog and Gulf War pages are the first sections to be converted.
The goal of the new look and feel is a more professional looking website and maintain a constant look and feel. Hope you like it!
December 16, 2008
One of the things that I found with this Blog is that it isn't getting a lot of traffic that I hoped for. The daily PDF updates did attract an audience but it was a lot of work to get things up on the site. I did build some pretty cool technology to get the PDF on the site, perhaps there's something that I can leverage for future projects.
I'll be updating this blog on a regular bases, trying to find content that my fan club would like to read. In the meantime I'll swing over to Seth Godin and Tom Peters to see what advice they have on providing good blog content.