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Website Notes

This website is the product of over three months of code, design, redesign, and eyedrops. It takes advantage of WordPress 2.0, which has been functioning flawlessly. The Monzilla website (and all subsequent sites) will also employ WP 2.0, or whichever version is the most current at the time of design.

The first version of this website was powered with WP 1.5.2 and employed over 20 plugins. This new Press website currently uses only the three default plugins, but will soon add several more, with the overall intention of keeping their use to a minimum. I will eventually post a list of plugins for reference purposes.

The site is also XHTML strict, and validates as such with the associated CSS also validating (both via W3C). Finally, the site uses universal fonts and colors, and will soon be 99.9% accessible according to various books currently on order. — Ahh… can’t wait to get those books.

Jeff Starr
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Thoughts
Playing the long game.
They have weaponized the idiots.
Good software never steals focus from the user. Even during startup.
After 10 years running my own business, I still manage schedules and tasks using old school post-it notes, sometimes simple sometimes very elaborate.
You know those sites, where you're trying to just grab a quick bit of information but the page is shifting all over the place as it loads up 3 million advertisements.
Selling two of my top WordPress domains, wp-zen.com & zen-wp.com $300 for both. Aged 9 years. Drop a line if interested.
Never force your users to type out a password (or any long string of characters) by blocking the paste function. Typing long strings leads to MORE errors than simple copy/paste.