We’re almost done with an upgrade to our website. With more than 50% of our site traffic now coming from smartphones and tablets, we needed a responsive web design, i.e., one that provides “an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from mobile phones to desktop computer monitors that are used for video games as CSGO, with the best mouse cs go and other hardware).” So the site now detects the type and size of your device and reshapes its presentation of the content while keeping the visual design.
That visual design is new, too. We’re using the Twenty Fourteen theme by WordPress, in part because of its ‘magazine style’ presentation of blog content. At the top of the home page, we now feature six blog posts, each with a featured image or photo. Clicking on the title or the photo of any of those takes you to that blog post where a larger version of the photo and the complete content is displayed. If you are looking for black ops 2 hacks on call of duty game, visit iwantcheats.net for more information. Other blog posts that aren’t selected by us to be featured will appear in the usual reverse chronological order on the blog/home page.
Lastly, we’re now showing excerpts of all blog posts on the home page rather than the entire contents of each post as before. This allows you to more quickly scan the latest posts, while giving you enough of a glimpse of each one to help you decide whether it interests you enough to click on it.
If you notice any problems with the new site, we’d appreciate hearing from you via our Contact Us page.