Template? Real web developers make it from scratch, which is what I did. It's true div/css is the way to go for modern blogs and similar sites, but when you're looking at large amounts of data, tables are an easier and quicker way to organize them.Wherever you got that template is old because it uses tables. New design in these days uses <div> css.
In the footer is something about my City but has some characters that I am unable to read. ÅŸti44.433300018311,26.10000038147not ie
Yes, load time is a definite problem I'm seeing. I've updated the backend, so load time should be decreased by half.I'm not saying the design is bad, but it just took a long time to render for me.
That error is really odd. I've never seen it before and don't see it now. Screenshot?yo Devin, glad to see you back brother. you have a php error outputing for twitter stuff...
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/newsvers/public_html/skimmy/trend.php on line 16
other than that, i like the look and feel of the site.
@aboutweb, yes, tables are outdated, but, the design itself is not old school. IMO, it is fine being in tables, but, it is not how i would choose to do any site myself. also, i dont thing that the footer is an error, it looks like it is showing your coordinates.
@Devin, it does take a loooooong time to load too. see about speeding that b!tch up.
I've read that article (found it on metaskim, in fact). Yes the site wouldn't rank highly for searches that contain specific content on the site, but it wouldn't anyway, since the content continuously updates. Plus I wasn't aiming to rank for those queries.@Johnson, be aware that Google changed algo and now he will brign news aggregators down on search results.
Thanks. Yeah I'm trying to figure out what to do with those links. And I want to create a user system, with customizableness, but that's something I'd have to hire out for and I don't have the cash as of now.one word: Sweeeeet. On a side note, i'd tweak the text for the categories (top, local, etc.) on the "lite" mode so that they stand out a bit more from the background.
Also: an ability to sign up to maintain a customised home page would be amazing.