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Changed some widgets around to make site navigation easier.
First off, blog post categories have been greatly expanded to include individual research assignments.
Just a simple relabeling from “Categories” to “Research Components” and it now acts as a second header. Cheap trick, but it works well in my opinion.
The category widget has been moved up to the top in light of this.
Reason: Dispersing important information on a WordPress Blog seems unnatural. Also, this keeps everything important on the homepage.

Finally replaced the old header with a new one.
Totally relevant.
God bless both naelito of deviantart and photoshop.
Also, got rid of the title in order to clean things up.
Reason: Looks better overall. Also, the title acted as a “Home” link, which was redundant because the banner menu already has one.

Rearranged order of pages on the banner menu.
Reason: Follows general conventions of web page building.

Shoutbox replaced with Cbox.
Find it here, as well as in the header.
Reason: Cbox is infinitely better.


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So this is my attempt at creating a slideshow.
It was done using

I’m not particularly fond of the idea, since it does not guarantee that the slideshow file will be hosted for long periods of time. From what I understand, slideful creates your slideshow by hosting the htm file internally on their server, rather than giving you the option to edit parts of the code yourself.
I have tried fiddling with javascript and other HTML codes that allow me to insert my own path files for the images, but finding one that actually works seems hard, as WordPress automatically edits the HTML code with their own jibberish, making it hard to implement.

However, the ones at do offer a very wide range of customizations, and looks very sleek in the end.
I will continue looking for other options.

Enjoy your daily dose(s) of Napoleon.

Here’s another slideshow to show the other things that can do.
It revolves slightly slower @ 10 second intervals, with other noted changes such as borders, tab, and transition settings.
Enjoy the “D’awwwww.”

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