Simplicity’s coming along well. Maybe I’m lazy but after writing all that Ajax code I felt I deserved a rest. I’m still doing some brain-storming on the form handling – for now I think Simplicity will be an in-house thing.
Thomas Breton of H-Inventory(http://h-inventory.com) wants me to build a template for them, and to maybe bring in a knowledge of Ajax. I’m very happy that I’ve been considered worthy of joining a full-scale developer team. I’ve been cracking my brain for some time now and I haven’t been able to come up with something feasible. I don’t want to use one of those cheap templates that always float around in my head. The thing is, it doesn’t have to be too flashy – just like my site or Xcomputerman.com which I like for it’s pure Simplicity.
I’ve moved from 100WebSpace.com because my site got hacked and I decided to treat myself to some paid hosting (lucky me – my database wasn’t compromised). Which brings me to one question I’ve always wondered about – why do people hack into other people’s websites? This guy could easily have renamed or deleted my home page and put his – instead he wiped out all my files and directories. I really wish I could lay my hands on whoever it was.
I crossed the Forum Lurker rank on PHPFreaks last month and I’m now a forum regular. I hope to achieve guru status next month and to be more active in AjaxFreaks.