Cleaning Up the Structure of the Site initially started as a Geocities website when I was in 6th grade. Over the years, it has slowly evolved into a place where I can practice and become familiar with web development as it progresses. I started out coding with Microsoft Frontpage, then moved to Dreamweaver. Initially, there was very little coding, and it was all WYSIWYG. However, as I learned more, I could make it more interactive.

I incorporate drawings and blog posts to keep those that are interested updated. Through the evolution of the website, I was forced to learn HTML, PHP, CSS, XML, jQuery, javascript, and the handling of MySQL Databases. I've put online some code samples.
Cleaning Up the Structure of the Site

So I spent the better part of the past couple hours simulateously watching Dexter and reworking the site. I generalized the "links" bar so it is the same on all the pages, finally fixed the shop so that it states that none of the items are for sale, updated the archives to the beginning of 2011, and added the random quote in the upper right of this page (go on, refresh it, watch it change). I'll be adding more, but for now I have 20 or so.

I was looking at a conversation that I had with a friend via a chat window, and I needed to extract only a portion of it. The problem was, it was a pretty long conversation. I ended up getting the idea of writing a python program to do it, and that significantly helped. It's coming in handy more and more every day.

I still have one more thing to do for the site, but that's on the backend, so you won't know the difference for when it is done or not.

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