I travel more than what I write about. I am on the move since last one week and will be away for some more days. But I don’t let you know when I am away. Last post was scheduled and so is this one.
Ok, let’s talk business now. 🙂
It is time again to update my readers on what was going on behind the scenes of Lemonicks.com.
The site has evolved further and there are a few changes incorporated in it in recent past, some of which you might have already noticed if you are a regular here.
Some of the changes-
If you start with header, it’ll show you maximum changes. Easiest way is to hover your mouse on header and it will show you a lots of contents.
Thanks to Yogesh, header images now have superimposed text. But it took quite an effort as I am not a master in photo editing. Also, many of the earlier images had to be replaced by new ones for the text to be visible on them.
‘About‘ page has lifted a face. I mean has got a face lift as well. 🙂
In short, it is further divided into two. Check it out.
Places visited is now categorized into geographical regions, within that countries.
Travel links has been updated once again. I have removed/ added a few sites. If you have linked to my site and I have missed to reciprocate, let me know. If you want your blog to be a part of this list, please let me know either thru comment section on that page or thru contact page.
Can you guess what could it be ? Ceiling of Petronas. 🙂
Google Translator is added at post & comment level. It means that it is not necessary to translate the full page if you want to read just a section of it.
Earlier, links in posts were not so visible, the color is changed now. Suggestion came from A.
And for rest of the changes, you’ll have to find out yourselves. 😀
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