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Exvius & Future Revamps

This month's agenda isn't much of an update, largely due to my upcoming vacation I'm looking forward to two weeks from now. The fact I've been working on my two-week itinerary felt as if I'm studying religiously for a college final exam. Although I am excited, I'm still not quite content for the amount of time I've invested my itinerary on. I shall return the second week of May to resume any projects.

Exvius: Check-In
As previously mentioned on my past updates, members were given a long grace period to update their sites via Exvius. Members were given rules to follow:
  1. Link to your site is working properly
  2. Link to Exvius is working properly
  3. Link to Exvius is located easily

With that said, I have purged out members that didn't follow through. Speaking of rules, it was getting increasingly difficult to manually update claimed sprites, especially when members decide to swap out. Therefore, for my future sanity, everyone is now allowed choose the same sprites. I've also processed more applications and denied a few because I was unable to locate the code stated on their application. Or perhaps they missed that the code should be up immediately after applying.

Future Revamp Updates
In the coming months, Cerine and I will continue to provide several sites, including fanlistings, an entirely new layout. Aside from the outdated layouts, our old HTML/CSS coding are atrocious, amongst other things. For future updates, we plan to transition all HTML coding from tables to DIV (pure table-less), and eventually move away from old DOCTYPE HTML 4 to the latest standard web <!DOCTYPE html> for HTML 5. The only reason why we kept the depreciated DOCTYPE was to prevent tables from making ugly gaps. I truly believe it's about time we ditch the "Save for Web" concept knowing it's been legacy for years now. Furthermore, I would very much like to get myself in-sync with the modern coding due to its simplicity and cleanliness of the coding structure, much like the change of PHP coding over the years.

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