The Holocaust Historiography Project

What's New with the HHP

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Monday, November 12, 2012

Done a bunch of work the last couple of days cleaning up stuff that probably no one else cares about, doing a bit of reformatting, etc. The long-term goal is to migrate to HTML5 and Twitter Bootstrap as a framework, but with thousands and thousands of files, it's a tough slog. The most obvious changes along these lines are the sans-serif typeface, new table formatting, new formatting for quotes, cool gray gradients on the jump menus, etc.

Speaking of lots of files, the entries from the Iran Holocaust cartoon contest are all now on one page, rather than being spread out over a couple dozen. There are still changes to be made, but they're relatively minor, and in the meantime access to the cartoons themselves is much improved.

Another thing that's (mostly) fixed now is our version of Richard Harwood's Did Six Million Really Die? Somewhere along the line, it got pretty badly mangled, but all the missing text is now back, along with a new piece at the end about Harwood himself that apparently never made it to the site in the first place. Still have to designate pages and paginate it so it's not all in one file. See Der Giftpilz for an example of the direction we're taking.

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