We (read: I) have a new Video Game Article up. This time, if you have not looked, it’s about the DS.
Oapboap.org is now happy to present..
How can a website be happy to present something. It’s just a collection of bits and bytes stored on a remote server someplace.
Oapboap.org is happy to present Video Game Article. A collection of my thoughts and ideas on the world of gaming. Since it’s now, apparently, awesome to be a gamer. You bet I’m cashing in on that one, yes.
And, Video Game Article wouldn’t be complete without an article to read. So Oapboap.org also presents The Wii Debate along with it.
The process of changing the underlying structure is now finished. The update is now complete. Do you notice the change?
Where have all my Let’s Play! pages gone!?!
They’re still there. Each ‘main page’ of each LP is now a child of the main “Let’s Play!” page. Things look a little bit better this way, and provides the reader with a sense of wonderment, not knowing how long each LP is now. I feel this is the better way to present these things. It’s sort of like reading a book. You have an idea how long it is, but not where it logically divides itself into chapters.
In the future, I may edit each main page of the LP so you can hit up a certain page (which is good for people who casually read through them). The front page will always contain the link to the newest update, too.
So, why did you do it, again?
Well, because the amount of Let’s Play! pages and games I see myself doing would have created a horizontal scroll bar. I HATE those things. Besides this will give me room to add new content. That is, when I’m ready to add new content.
The process of changing oapboap.org’s structure has now begun.
If all goes well, this shouldn’t* take long at ALL.
*it probably will.
I will eventually be redoing the structure of Oapboap.org. The layout and content will be the same, just links will be different. This is because the amount of LPs I want to do might create a horizontal scroll bar, and I HATE those things.
I will post an update before I start, and an update after I finish.