Fall 1996 to March 1997
Club Josh with a new background image as well as a nice new large photo of Josh on Montara Beach. By this time, the site had introduced the concept of “sub pages” instead of just one looooooong page.
October 2000 – September 2001
Slight change in color and addition of Daily Update . New Picture format led to high hopes for a greater rotation of pic. Also Daily Update addition was the first time home page had new content on a regular basis.
September 2001 – June 2005
It shows how much I have liked this design considering parts of it were still being used until 2012. I really settled on a layout I liked that contained all the elements I was looking for in a home page. Big additions: thumbnails highlight the different sections of site, What’s New content to homepage, and a slight logo change (removed the underline).
June 28, 2005 – June 30, 2009
White is the new yellow. Mid 00’s, I decided that I needed something more bloggish and modern, so I removed most of the color from the home page, but made the masthead a HUGE photo. This finally killed the quick rotation of photos which never panned out. This design started out as a center alignment then moved to a left alignment in its last two years (but with no other code changes). This also introduced a new signature Club Josh logo.
June 30, 2009 – May 25, 2013
This design took awhile to get going. I knew what I wanted for a long time (it is actually a good 2008 design launched in 2009). This site is the first designed for 1024×768, contains a much larger graphic and now for the first time TWO dynamic content sections – The Daily Update and now a Twitter feed. Also, the background is now grey and the elements float in white rounded boxes.
May 25, 2013 – present
First WordPress site using a slight modification to the default template. It’s responsive to the viewing platform and will hopefully change as I get better with either buying or making templates. This design also is the first with all-new code and does not contain any legacy code (just some legacy links). This also is the first time I finally got to implement a rotating banner image on the site.
Longest Running Design!