Viki Pandit
Share This
merlinvicki.in_v3
// Merlinvicki reloaded

Merlinvicki reloaded

Merlinvicki reloaded
Rate this post

merlinvicki.in_v3
The new theme, visually a close spin-off from the earlier v2.0 theme boasts more Web 2.0, more socially connected and more machine readable (using micro-formats). Although under a bit of indecision, I finally decided to stick to the original pink theme. It’s easier on the eyes and does not cause distraction from the real content.

We are also proud to be running on WordPress 3.0, arguably the simplest to use of all CMS with wonderful power packed features. As a user, I love the new lighter interface, the contextual help on every, bulk updates so you can upgrade 9 plugins at once with a single click. I have also re-coded the HTML to support the great functionalities that HTML5 has to offer as more and more browsers start supporting them. I’ve also decided to dunk IE6 support.

Recently Mani has also started contributing some nice articles. The new theme gives her more space and individuality on the blog, so her followers can look forward to some quality articles from her.

Some more additions like the official Twitter button to count retweets and the Facebook like button gives the site amazing bookmark options. The most amazing thing about the Like button is that you can actually add a comment too while liking it. Two thumbs up to Facebook. They have really good user experience, one of the primary reasons I believe that have led to them flourishing so much.

Share your thoughts, add your comments or suggestions about the new WordPress theme.

Merlinvicki reloaded
Rate this post

Did you like my story on Merlinvicki reloaded, please do rate it by clicking the stars!

Disclaimer: All information is provided here in good faith and for entertainment purposes only. Travel information keeps changing and I do not accept any responsibility if you choose to rely on this information to make your travel plans.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

01. Latest Posts

  • Hemkuta Hill
    Monuments on Hemkuta Hill Hemkuta hill with its gentle slopes offers a remarkable view of the sprawling ruins of Hampi. The hill contains many abandone...
  • Virupaksha Temple
    The shades of Virupaksha Temple Virupaksha was the main center of pilgrimage at Hampi since the dawn of the 7th century. Since then this UNESCO World Heritag...
  • Pangong Tso
    Blue waters of Pangong Tso We are at the edge of Pangong Tso in the outer reaches of Ladakh at a height of about 4,350 m above seal level. The colors of...
  • Sand Dunes of Nubra
    Dunes of Nubra Nubra is a cold desert at 10000 ft above sea level and the color of the sand is unlike anywhere in India. These dunes lie clo...
  • Khardungla Pass
    Road to Khardungla Pass The drive from Leh to Nubra Valley goes through Khardungla Pass, said to be one of the highest motorable road in the world. G...

02. Popular Posts

Nachi Falls

Hike to Nachi Falls

6 Comments
Today I went back to Wakayama to explore Nachi and capture the iconic view of Sanjudo Pagoda in front of the Nachi falls. After the exploits of my first outing on my own to Shirahama, I was much more confident...
Hospital Management System Login Screen

Hospital Management System user interface

10 Comments
User Interface for a hospital management system. Technologies: Photoshop, Xhtml, CSS, PHP
Hokkaido Museum of Northern Peoples

Hokkaido Museum of Northern Peoples

2 Comments
My initial interest in Abashiri was to experience the Drift Ice phenomenon that occurs every winter along the coast. But as I went around northern Japan my curiosity for the Ainu people grew with every trip. My first foray into the world...
Veerabhadra Temple in Lepakshi

The Stone Sculptures of Veerabhadra Temple

1 Comment
The forecast for the weekend had been bleak. With frequent rains and cloudy days, I was a bit circumspect if we would eventually be able go down to the Veerabhadra Temple in Lepakshi, in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh....
Lovers Sanctuary on Mt Moiwa

Lovers Sanctuary on Mt. Moiwa

4 Comments
We woke up to a beautiful sunny day. The grey clouds from the day before had cleared up. It was the last day of our Hokkaido trip. We lazed around at the hotel discussing the amazing places we had been to on...
© Viki Pandit 2005-2018 / All rights reserved.
Get in Touch
Close