I love the page, but does the template look broken to anyone else? The stuff in the upper right covers up part of the page so I couldn't read it without viewing the image in its own window... And I have a browser slightly larger than 1024 px wide.
Possible template issues. General critique.
Hello Gibson and Ben,
I like your simple and sweet approach to your new template, but I think there may be a sizing issue or some css that possibly causes your page too zoom in on loading. Simply put it is fairly difficult to comfortably read your comic when your div tags for your navigation on the right hand side cover a good 5th of your viewing space and your title in the black fade crowds and makes that side of the page feel quite crowded and dense. At 1024x768 the page does not display properly (due to aforementioned issues) or even at 1152x864. This is using latest Firefox 3.5.5 on My mac and even viewing on pc. The only time the template works as it should is if your resolution is 1280X1024 and up. When the screen reolution is lower or closer to newer standard 1024x768, you must either re-size across two screens (dual screen only) or zoom out at least twice to properly display. However, the comic tends to get gaussian blurred at that point and somewhat noisy to look at. Still legible and viewable but, uncomfortable.
Did you happen to build the whole site on a wide screen? That might be the case if you did not optimize it for 1024x768.
Thanks guys and I hope you can resolve the issue with little extra effort.
I had the same problems mentioned above with firefox at 1024. Its easy to fix though. Go to the view menu and zoom out a couple of times. The result looks more as I think it was intended, and is very easy to read.
I like the site design, though i'm forced to wonder who in the high holy heck uses a TYPEWRITER these days. I'd speculate that maybe the "modern" portion of this story is actually a flashback from like 50 years ago, but between the Seinfeld ref and the cover art of our boy holding a CD player... I find that unlikely. It could conceivably be about 10 years ago, when computers were hitting their stride and maybe someone who was totally broke would still be using a typewriter... Hmm