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Told you things were about to get brighter 😉

The website should be mostly fixed now, including mobile friendliness. There’s still some small details that need to be patched up but for the most part everything is looking nice. Please let me know if you run into any problems with the site, especially if you are visiting from a phone. I hope the site is a whole lot more mobile friendly! 🙂

Fae_zpsf0tks9ah Check out this lovely drawing of Fae by Joeyballast of Cato’s Apprenticeship! I absolutely adore Joey’s style and when he opened up a fanart thread, I jumped at the chance to see any of my characters in his style. He did an amazing job of capturing Fae! Fae’d be very happy with this drawing too, as she always wished she had brown hair, just like her mom. I shamefully haven’t fully read through Cato’s Apprenticeship yet, but it’s on my I need to read this list. Every page I’ve seen, I’ve liked and strongly encourage you to give it a read.

I’ve been so busy trying to get the website up to date that I completely forgot that it is July. Eternity Complex has been updating for four years now. So it’s basically birthday month. Yay! Nothing special going on for the birthday month, but 4 years is a nice milestone to reach. 🙂

In other news, I’ll be incommunicado for 2 weeks starting next week. Updates will be resuming as normal but my internet access will be sketchy at best.


It is a big improvement on mobile! Everything is kinda squashed together, which isn’t the best, but the important part is the comic itself, which is much more accessible. Good work! 😀

I’m looking forward to seeing how they solve this predicament!

The squished together thing is definitely something I want to fix, once I get a few other formatting edits out of the way (I think I know what the problem is, but I have to test it to be sure). I’m glad the site is a lot more accessible! 🙂

A lot (most) of the mobile friendliness though is thanks to the updated theme template – a lot of the things that I’ve custom coded in the past (which destroyed the mobile friendliness at some point in the template upgrades) are now editable options on the template which made it a whole lot easier to preserve the mobile friendliness while getting the site to look how I wanted. It probably wasn’t even the current update that introduced those options, but the current version of the template breaking the test site was pretty much a good thing in terms of fixing everything that was wrong – it let me find out about the template’s new-to-me customization features. That’s probably way more than you wanted to know; I’ll stop rambling now.

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