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Blog Update 2016-03-04

Posted: , By Patcoola

My blog’s layout is now one inch wider, and can switch to a slightly smaller width when resized. For a long time the headline images was made with a 720 pixel width, and was displayed at 645 pixels. Now we can all enjoy the full size of the images. Users of the Rocksmith Song Search service will be happy to take advantage of the wider area. Some blog theme issues have also been fixed.

Recently I finished an administrative service I call the Backup Module. This module creates ZIP archives for backup profiles. Very handy for downloading the server files or uploading files. Next on the list of things to do, is design the theme for my I.T. website. I hope to go into production of my video game in May.

Tigarus Launched!

Posted: , By Patcoola

January 21, 2016, I launched the new and first website. The website which was marked as under construction since 2009 has finally been made. Simple and colorful, the website is an overview and informative page of what Tigarus is all about. Interactive media production in the city of Whitehorse in the Yukon Territory of Canada. We’re a small and independent studio.

The site itself is very colorful, warm, and inviting for all ages, yet it still has that striking wow factor upon landing. On a technical note, the simple design of the site features scalable design. The website will scale and fit virtually any screen size automatically.

Visit [ Click Here ]

So what’s next? I still have a few side projects to finish, but ultimately I am going to make a video game.

Blog Update 2016-01-09

Posted: , By Patcoola

The blog is now more mobile friendly. Thanks to a mobile theme adaptation I designed. Visitors can now browse my blog with their mobile devices easier.

Browser Pusher, a web browser detection script I created has also been updated for better mobile detection and can detect the Edge browser. Mobile users will automatically view the mobile layout.

Visitors will also notice that the top menu now floats at the top of the screen. Except for the oldest browser I support: Internet Explorer 7.

Page titles now display the correct bread crumbs for categories.

Loading pages no longer flash the background.

Rearrangement of JavaScript placement should help decrease page rendering time, pages should load faster.

A fix for the footer has been made for Microsoft’s Edge browser which had a height issue.

The projects page has updated to list projects from 2015 (last year).

News, Updates and What’s Up [2015-01-12]

Posted: , By Patcoola

Some news and updates with mostly reflections of 2014. I will actually talk about myself this time.

First for the news, I’ve posted my Projects year end report that covers what happened in 2014, what was done what was not. I also posted the Projects for 2015 overview, maybe next year all projects will be multimedia related, figures crossed.

I have created a Java Script Class to change how the Select element looks in most web browsers, I call it button type, it’s to help users of my future Web Apps distinguish editable drop down fields and non-editable button style drop down fields. Very cool, but only applies to a limited number of web browsers.

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Updates and More 2014-07-06

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It’s been some time since my last post, but here’s the low down on what’s up and all the many updates. Believe me there’s many.

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The Redesign is Finally Here!

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It’s Here!

The Blog’s big redesign is finally complete.

Read all about the many new features included with the launch and what didn’t make the cut.

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