My main website matthewwright.net has had a major makeover.
Out went the old fixed-size site with steam age HTML coding – some of which dated back to 2001 when the site was first set up. It used to look like this:
In came a modern CMS with a fully responsive layout – which means it’ll look good on mobile. It also means Google can properly index it again. And it looks like this:
That CMS also means I can update the site much more easily, which is handy. There are certain bragging rights to coding in HTML, but the novelty of hard-coding my old site wore off about three weeks after it was up.
The new site is basically finished, although there’s some work still to do – including porting the non-fiction book section across. That’s a major job, scheduled for September: but there’s a placeholder page meanwhile. And there will be ongoing updates.
As an opening special I’ve added some free downloadable wallpapers from my commercial photographic set.
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