Ah. That explains it. Not something I do unless I plan to click on an icon. I scrolled down looking for the blog "thimbnails" and when I didn't find them, I scrolled back to the top to click on the blog link to see what was new and if I wnated to read it. Then I clicked on the Forums link...where I'll probably leave all day. (Being retired, I just leave about 4 sites open all the time.)
My wife's web site, www.kithrup/com/~djheydt is my first (and only--so far) web site. We both have rather pedestrian ideas about what is a "good" web design. Since the HTML is all hand coded, it should be pretty light weight, as well.
I'll take your word for it. That's incredible bloat. I'm not against decoration and pretty graphics to draw people in; but for what amounts to about 3.5KB of actual information on the page -
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Old to ancient would be my guess. The cool kids are probably going to rally over here -
I pushed the back button to make the menu go away. It went away as did the rest of the website which I then had to reload.Paeryn wrote: ↑Thu Jul 19, 2018 10:31 pmThe menu isn't very well implemented, apart from the issue of it taking up the entire screen just for 6 words, you can still scroll the page behind it and if you do the cross to close the menu scrolls off the top as it's on the page itself rather than the menu.