Boston Restaurant Blog -- March, 2007
Thursday, March 29, 2007
After three years of relatively little change to the design and format of the Boston's Hidden Restaurants site, we are finally doing some fairly major upgrades. Some of the changes to the site will be subtle, while others will be more noticeable. But all should hopefully make Boston's Hidden Restaurants a more appealing site for our viewers. Would you like to know about some of the changes? Read on...
First of all, when the upgrades are complete, it should be easier to enlarge the text of our pages in many browsers (particularly Mozilla, Safari, and Opera) without losing the general structure of the page. Second, the navigation buttons will be more user-friendly, allowing you to see which section of the site you are in with ease. Third, the slightly sickly-looking orange colors on the pages have been replaced with cooler, more soothing red tones. Finally, the coding of the pages is more streamlined, allowing the pages to load faster.
There will be some other changes, too, but these are the major ones that you should notice the most. Would you like a sneak preview of a couple of the pages? One is at http://www.hiddenboston.com/729HopeCafe.html and another is at http://www.hiddenboston.com/Inexpensive.html. These are two of the first batch of pages to change over; each day, a few more will change (we would change them all in one fell swoop, but some search engines view that with suspicion for some reason), so be patient, and hopefully within a few weeks, the entire site will be looking fresh and new!
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