Personal homepage of Richard 'Aegir' Eldred.
Belated update. Wednesday, Januyary 06 2010
This site is now nolonger updated. My main web pressence has shifted over to http://reldred.com, this site is being kept as a shrine to my old digital persona 'Aegir' and the modding works he was involved in. This is a monument, nothing more.
Correction on that last one... Saturday, December 02 2006.
Bye bye, iframes, I'm now using php includes :)
If anyone is experiancing issues with the website, make sure to clear your cache or do a hard-refresh of the page. Make sure to go to index.php, not .html. Etc. etc. etc.
More site updates, Saturday, December 02 2006.
Still doing more updates and putting more content in all over the place. Mostly focussing on fixing bugs and adding content to the Transport Tycoon section. All goes well so-far. And yeah, I fixed the smelleh iframe/bgcolor bug with Intartube Exploder 6, I have no idea about the seventh intartube exploder, should still work fine though.
Moo moo moo.
Oh, and it is my oppinion that GNOME, what with GEdit, Nautilus and gnome-vfs, is perhaps the best environment possible for creating web-pages. <3 gnome :)
Site Update, Tuesday, June 20 2006.
Aegir here, the website is getting a facelift, you've probably noticed it over the past week or two. So far the design is pretty-well complete, I'm just adding the content to it.
The website doesn't render too prettily under Internet Exploder 6, but beh, if people want to use a crap browser, they can deal with crap results.
I'm going to be adding pages and stuff for all my TTD stuff as I re-release it (After the 'Great Catastrophe' which took out all my works for a while), but for now the downloads are all still there. Note, if you go to some addresses directly, such as my blog, the design will look a bit crappy, that's because they're supposed to sit embedded in this main-page, in an iframe. I'll figure out something later to fix that.
Have fun folks.
Obligatory browser-wars related comments:
In particular, my website is designed to look best with Epiphany, based on Firefox's rendering engine, but with a native GTK interface for the GNOME Desktop environment. Thus making it rock much harder than Firefox, or Opera, which uses smelleh QT.
There, I've made my browser related plug.