Spring cleaning time is here

If you have been having difficulty viewing this site, it’s because I was changing the layout and color scheme.
I think I’ve got it now, but if anything isn’t working, please let me know.

The site may look different, but the menu will not be changing. I will continue to dispense as many unconventional but commonsense ideas as I can think of.

Thanks for visiting and for recommending me to your friends.

UPDATE: If this site does not appear as three columns with a khaki background, you need to clear the cache for your browser. Somehow, the images stored from your last visit to this site will interfere with the display of this new format. If this is confusing, you may want to go here to see how the site is supposed to look.

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0 Responses to Spring cleaning time is here

  1. Sallie says:

    Looks “great”. Nice job! 🙂

  2. Ana says:

    It’s a good look!

  3. A spring cleaning is good for a blog. For some people, it acts as a renewal of the spirit of communication with others that led to the decision to begin a blog in the first place. After all, isn’t spring all about freshness and rebirth?

  4. Beth W. says:

    Very nice, David, but it gave me quite a start. There was just a tiny delay, where nothing showed up but the three columns (blank for a moment) and the word Ripples sort of floating in the middle. Oh my God. Somebody kidnapped David! Whew, what a relief.

  5. Thanks for persevering! My weblog has not been abducted by aliens.

    I had the same problem for several days because the older files that my browser cached were interfering with the new files.

    Please let me know if you see anything out of the ordinary, because I still have some interesting “ghosts in the machine.” For example, my banner flickers when I pass the cursor over it. It is now acting as some sort of button.

    If anyone has an answer for this, I would appreciate your advice.

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