In this release I’ve added a “Other Projects” section to the bottom of each project page, making it easier for users to navigate through your collection and discover other projects. Also, it’s now possible to display larger (data-) tables that were previously cut off (especially on mobile devices).
For more on how to add tables, see the new section in docs/writing.
Smaller changes include a reduced usage of horizontal lines and a more “semantic” use of
Specifically, the semantics of the resume layout have been improved.
This is best visualized when viewing the page with a text browser like
For example, before 6.4 the skills section looked like
hrs, skill level as part of the headline 😕)
Now it looks like
dl, so that
Level -> "Master",
Keywords -> ul, …)
There’s many more minor changes and fixes that you can read below.
- Added “Other Projects” section to the bottom of the project layout (similar to “Related Posts”)
- Added CSS classes that make viewing larger (data-) tables possible
- Added section on tables to docs/writing
- Reduced use of
<hr/>elements, using CSS borders instead.
- Improved semantic HTML of resume
- Follow favicon best practices and include example icons
- Reduced number of horizontal lines, making many layouts feel less “cluttered” (esp.
- Made link hover styles consistent across the board
- Visually separated
- Changed RSS and email icons
- Removed top margin for consecutive headings, e.g. when using
- Fixed bug that caused inline math to be moved to the end of a paragraph when dynamically loading a page.
- Fixed bug that caused layout to break in IE11.
- Fixed bug that caused the project animation to “jump” when using long project titles.
- No more empty attributes on