Why does it always seem that when dragonmount.com is updated something always breaks? It looks like J did a few menu changes and a few News changes and when viewed in the message boards it breaks.

I would offer suggestions on what is wrong however the site doesn't even validate so it makes finding the problems even more difficult. I've shown him a pure CSS design and he's said nothing thus far about it.

I'm seriously considering, yet again, dropping Dragonmount from my responsiblities. I don't have the desire to improve it. I don't have the desire to do more than be a casual member. I've got big plans for what I think a successful site could do but is it worth my time and effort to do? I mean I'm not getting paid for it, it's a huge job. Sure it will look good on my resume and in my portfolio but will it actually bring in customers? Will it provide me with income in the future? I keep telling J he needs to do a ROI on premium accounts and banner ad removal maybe I need to do a return on investment for Dragonmount. I suppose I could investigate a little further on what I want to do. The idea is sound no matter where it's applied. Though I still think a fully scripted system by the team would be better than using someone elses code. Integration is always a pain in the butt and it is the major cause of many of our problems at DM. I'm almost positive of that, as we function very well on phpbb boards on the RP side of things. The only modification there is a master user database. Granted that screws with a few of the sessions issues, but it's not that big of a deal in my opinion.

Well see what htis week brings. I am attempting to finish my business site and then I guess I'll work on DM prospectous.

Dragon Hunting

Published on September 30, 2015

First Public Writing

Published on September 30, 2015