What’s Cookin’: 23-Nov-08
Author :        Date : 23-Nov-08

Work has been a bit taxing as of late, but the few hours that I have been afforded have been spent on the upgrading the existing pages of the site (yes – this is taking me longer than I thought). I have ten (10) pages left to do before concentrating on new content and porting of Dark Watcher’s articles to The Video Game Console Library.

During this upgrading process, I have been adding more substance to each page as well as optimizing the web page code to ensure correct\consistent display on all browsers, including the Wii and PS3 (the PSP has some menu display issues). One of the items that I have also been focusing on is standardization of the video display to ensure that it is consistent (credit to Sirgin from the RF Generation community for this tip).

I do want to take a moment to thank everyone who has visited our site. We are averaging around 300 visitors per day within the past three months, with representation spanning the globe. Please know that we are working hard to complete the base console pages of The Video Game Console Library, but we will not sacrifice quality for quantity. That being said, I plan to get the ten (10) remaining pages upgraded by 01-Dec-08. We do appreciate everyone’s patience and support during this process.

Enjoy and until next time…

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