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George Clingerman

I have been working the past several weeks on giving some updates to its styles. I think that I'm finally done tinkering for now. Nothing major was done. It is still the same super simplistic site with little to no bells or whistles.XNADevelopment

I love it.

If you are curious what has changed, I've muted the colors a bit. I think it makes for easier reading. You'll have to let me know if you disagree. I've also tried to make links stand out a bit more too.

The largest change was suggested by a member of the XNA IRC channel (efnet #xna, thanks boki!). I made some layout adjustments to my lists of tutorials and demos. Standardized the flow of the text and added image previews (with rounded corners!) for all of the tutorials and game demos.

I also added some sub-menus to organize the content a bit better. We will see if that makes it a little easier for people to find tutorials, game demos or useful links they might be looking for.

I am currently working on some new content for the site. More tutorials mostly (been doing too many game demos lately and not enough step-by-steps), so hopefully I get those wrapped up soon and posted.

Let me know what you think. I'm always interested by what people have to say and suggest. Many of the changes I did were prompted by emails and comments made in IM or the IRC, so I do listen.

Hope you're having fun playing with the XNA framework! I know I am.

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Posted on Friday, October 26, 2007 3:41 PM XNA Development , XNA | Back to top

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Hmmm.. New look = offline??
Left by Martin Frederiksen (C_Hack) on Nov 20, 2007 3:51 AM

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Must have been a hiccup last night with the server because it was still up and running strong when I woke up this morning. Sorry about the downtime and thanks for letting me know.
Left by George Clingerman on Nov 20, 2007 6:20 AM

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