New Theme, New Day


[Look, if tequila and plantain chips don’t help your creative process, you’re probably just not a ninja]

Well, it’s official – after about 2 weeks of prep, and a marathon 12 hour push by the HNIC [AKA black octagons, the eight-sided darkness] and myself, the entire myninjaplease network has been upgraded, updated, retrofitted, and reinvented as MNP 2.0.

You’ll notice that the site as a whole is a bit crispier, and that the ‘sidenotes’ in the middle column finally work [no more clicking titles of posts for links!]. We’re also using the new theme to attempt more cross-site promotion between the various MNP pages – most noticeably with the RSS feeds in the right sidebar [don’t sleep on the rest of myninjaplease!].

I would say things are about 85% done – so if you could wait a week or so before you pass judgment, things should be in working order [we know how ninjas are about tossin’ their opinions around]. Let me know what you think, if you have any suggestions/comments, and [especially] if you notice something that isn’t working right by dropping me an email at – or by leaving a comment.

Hope you like the new look – thanks for reading!

Posted: July 3rd, 2009
at 1:35am by orangemenace

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  1. great theme, good work this site is legit.

    now it’s time to get a nice bottle of Añejo and relax.

    Stephen Azarik

    6 Jul 09 at 4:48 am


  2. Looks great guys. Just a technical note that your page links on top of the page are not working (i.e. about, store, contact and press.) Hope all is well.

    Bradley Swarts

    7 Jul 09 at 2:01 am


  3. The revision performs MUCH better than the previous design/MNP inner-workings. For that I’m happy.


    8 Jul 09 at 10:29 pm


  4. Thanks guys – I appreciate the feedback.

    Bradley, as to those links – thanks for reminding me! I just haven’t decided exactly what I’ll be using them for, or updated any of those pages.

    We’re still tweaking some things – but I’m glad that what we’ve got is worker so much better [and faster, it seems].


    9 Jul 09 at 9:27 am



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