The new design
As you can see, we have done some tweaking on the design; different color scheme, new logo and a little bit different navigation. But the biggest change is not what's visual to the readers, but rather what's in the back-end. We have, during the last few months, developed our own back-end system for uploading articles, images and other administrative tasks. The result is that it makes our job much easier -- we don't have to mess around with FTP upload or static HTML, cause it's all done through our back-end application.
hard to work with some times, and there were times when I was about to go crazy. If you are still using older browser versions than the above mentioned, I would highly recommend that you upgrade your browser as we use certain CSS elements that are not supported by older browsers.
But we finally made it, and I must say that I'm very pleased with both the tweaked design and more importantly, our spanking new back-end application. We will, of course, keep improving the application and implement new features, like a polling system and hopefully a system/user-database where you can have your own page on the site -- it will let you upload pics of your computer, system-specs, personal bio and much more.
Finally I would like to ask you to report any broken links, images, or bugs you might find. During the beta-testing, we have fixed a lot of stuff, and it should be ok by now, but you never know. If we have missed something, please let us know by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Like I had mentioned earlier, we'll be getting some watercoolers from different companies. Each of these will be tested separately, and when all of them are tested, we will post a round-up to show you how they stack up against each other.
The coolers in question are from:
- Cool Computers
I have already gotten the first parts from DangerDen, but as they didn't have their SuperCube in stock at the time, I haven't started testing it yet. I got a confirmation from DangerDen last week that the missing part, the radiator, has been shipped about two weeks ago, but it seems like it's stuck somewhere(most likely in the Norwegian Customs -- we all know how efficient they
are). All the other companies will hopefully ship their kits in the not so distant future.