Yeah I kinda figured it has something to do with my HTML; this is what I have. Everything is working fine with the exception of the "Next" and "Previous" buttons.
I'm assuming it's because I need to put something after "<a href="/comics/" for the Previous and Next sections, but I'm not sure what to put there. (Tried adding "previous" and "next" after that, but didn't work)
Hey guys, need some help concerning the "Next" and "Previous" buttons below my comics. If I go to a random comic and then click on the "Next" or "Previous" button, it just takes the reader to the most current comic, not the next or previous one as it should. ...Anyone know what I need to change in my HTML layout to fix this?
You could always take a small hiatus. I do that sometimes when I feel like I'm burnt out, or I'm running out of story/joke ideas. You might lose a few readers during a hiatus (lord knows I probably have), but it's nice to have a little breathing time to come up with some fresh ideas and inspiration. :)
Pinterest recently rolled out a "No Pin" HTML code in order to counter claims that their website was infringing on copyrights. The code allows website owners to add it to their respective sites in order to prevent people from pinning their images onto Pinterest. (Article here)
Specifically, the code is:
<meta name="pinterest" content="nopin" />
...Anyone know where exactly in my HTML layout template I would place this code?
So I currently don't have the Archive active on my comic page; I think I deleted the HTML coding on the "Overall" tab so that it wouldn't show up on the page, and I did that on purpose. ...However, I'm thinking of including an Archive now, and I'd like to put it as a button next to my "Random Comic" button, so that when the reader clicks on this button, they would be taken to a separate Archive page, with a list of all the comics & their respective titles.
I guess my ultimate question is: How can I re-activate my Archive on the HTML coding template so that it can be viewed on a separate page?
Hi Kyo, either would be fine (the layout was fine both yesterday and two days ago, so either one would work), as it was this morning that I messed it up. Thank you so much! I thought for sure this couldn't be done, but your awesomeness has proven me wrong. :)
And yes I am DEFINITELY going to be using the backup function in the future! I deeply regret not using it before this time.
Soooo this morning I accidentally updated my CSS code with some incorrect code, and I also think I hit the reset layout button. So now my webcomic layout is all messed up. ...Is there any possible way to roll back to the code I had on my HTML/CSS layout as of yesterday (09/25/11)? I didn't think it would be possible, and that I'd have to re-build my layout from scratch (since I stupidly didn't save all of my code templates)--but I thought it wouldn't hurt to ask.
I was wondering if I could get some feedback on my site (link is in signature below). Please flip through a few comics, and let me know if you see anything wrong with the title banner at the top. I'm getting reports of it being cut off when using older versions of web browsers, particularly Internet Explorer. I also got a report of the title banner having a greyish block behind it. I'm not seeing these two issues, so I would love some feedback. ...Thanks in advance for the help!