New Design for Imar.Spaanjaars.Com

As you likely have noticed by now, I changed the design for the Web site Imar.Spaanjaars.Com. I got a bit bored with the black and white design, so I felt it was time for something new.

Besides changing the look and feel of the site, I also rearranged some of the navigation sections, like the About section, so it's easier to navigate and find the content inside these sections.

Besides changing the front-end of the site, I also upgraded the back-end part. The site has grown a little bit out of control during the past one and a half year, so it was about time I did some clean-up and optimization ;-)

With the new site up and running, I am more than ready for the transition to ASP.NET 2. I planned an article series about upgrading to ASP.NET 2 a while ago, but I postponed it until I was ready with the new design. Now that's behind my back, I can finally focus on those articles.

I would like to thank Anne Ward for helping me putting the new design together. Thanks love!! ;-)

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