John Nixon


Fuzzy header seagull

ALWAYS CREATING

Iperbox added

As an experiment, I’ve added a slide-show of recent photos from my Ipernity site to the right-hand sidebar. The width of the box appears to vary depending on the browser one uses. In Opera the box is pushed slightly out of alignment to the right. It looks perfectly OK in IE though. Need to test it in other browsers. [Apr 7 – Tested in Firefox and Chrome – same problem.] [Apr 10 – “fixed” by widening the right-hand column by 10 pixels.] I’ve also cracked the problem of padding in my Scrimshaw page which I hope  will bear fruit a little later in the week.

Atahualpa featured image

Developments

Spent yesterday (betwixt and between other things) learning how to make static pages. Will continue with this today. Trying to see what I can make in Dreamweaver to import as code to static pages. The padding is a problem. Still tweaking the front page and the header. Puzzled that the header image now seems to be so pixilated. Original picture is not, nor was it displayed as such to begin with. Solved! At least I’ve worked out how to change the colour of the headers in the columns left and right. Still can’t see how to do it in the main column though.

Forbidden Love

The Matrimonial Moiety of Juliet Capulet

On 16th January 2010, the Artwiculate Word of the Day was Moiety. If a society is divided into exactly two descent groups, each is called a moiety, after the French word for half. If the two halves are each obliged to marry out, and into the other, these are called matrimonial moieties. How would the story of Romeo and Juliet work in a moiety society? Watch this space, @artwiculate! In Verona, society is divided between two moieties, the Capulets and the Montagues. Juliet is the most nubile daughter of the Capulet Moiety Juliet Capulet is betrothed to Romeo Montague in accordance with the rules of the moiety, but will societal chains bind true love? At a ball to celebrate her … More…