Posted on Oct 21, 2014 03:10 PM by patrikpatrik
Note: These were manually put in before the fix so now the original posts have been removed and archived.
Voting Poll has been added
posted Oct 17, 2014
With a voting system in place, more questions can be added in the future that will be useful in gathering data. One vote per user and no registration is necessary. All votes are completely anonymous.
Forum News thread should be functioning properly now. Other quick fixes includes server status, ladder cosmetics, column tables and grammatical errors. If you have questions, suggestions, and/or corrections please contact email@example.com. Happy questing!
Posted on Oct 13, 2014 11:10 AM by patrikpatrik
Hello, I just wanted to say that the new updated site is live and up.
About two months ago I had all of this planned out and researched thoroughly. I wanted to put everything in a concise location where all the guides, links, and information could be accessed easily by anyone at anytime.
I wanted server status to be viewed in the open so visitors will see how many people are on without any delay. The ladder stats are functioning and sorted with a top 3 ranking view. The Registration page is secure and stable.
Before all of this was done, I had to learn css and html, then php and sql and that took me back to the cramming days of high school and college. The pages were built and re-built over and over from scratch and some of the scripts were re-done and/or improved upon as I am obsessive over clean coding. I made sure everything was stable by testing and re-testing before going live.
The other scripts that were available were used with great care and respect and all the guides were ported directly, word for word. Of course some of them were out of date, but they were cleaned up and re-checked for validity.
Facebook page is linked and any future events will be seen here and there. I'm very happy this has been taken care of now, my whole goal was to make things convenient for everyone and helping those who need assistance.
Lastly, I would like to thank Angelox and the other great developers here for doing this and continuing their passion to iron out bugs and create new content. When I read code now, I am amazed at how these function and behave. Before I started all this, I had no idea where to begin but now I have a much deeper appreciation for developers and how they are constantly thinking of improving things. If it weren't for him, I wouldn't have touched coding. It's a very complicated yet rewarding challenge I thought I would never accomplish. Thank you!