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Website revamped

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The theme is still there, but I decided to revamp it a little bit.

The most obvious changes are the navigation bar at the top, in which I added a toggle button to change to light/dark mode to suit your preference (in addition to the auto mode) instead of sticking to the default auto mode like before. The second change is the overall look of my website.

Quick heads-up about Subway Surfers (WebAssembly version)

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The last few days I accidentally deleted an important file that helps the game run, so everyone experienced softlock at the game’s loading screen. This was fixed, and I really apologize for that.

But, to compensate that, I have added 5 new World Tour themes! Previously I added them, but some of them exhibited issues so I had to remove them quickly. I spent some time fixing them and finally they got fixed!

And I forgot that I have a blog, so if you have any issues with any of the games, don’t hesitate to comment here!

How it all began...

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HTML5 games are interesting, and they can be played in the browser without installing. As far as I can remember, HTML5 tech grew in popularity (although minor) around 2012, when Microsoft partnered with some companies to bring their hit IPs to HTML5. Cut the Rope was among the games that got ported to HTML5, and it was the reason why I was interested in HTML5.

New DIY custom Wordpress theme

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Yes, I made my own Wordpress theme! Now its design is consistent with my homepage's (better than Windows 11's theme consistency--joke!).

Starting from the very basic stuff like importing the HTML elements from my own design, well it's kinda easy. I have to learn PHP along with Wordpress codes in order to incorporate dynamic stuff into static elements. But it took me a week to make this design from scratch. Why?

Why I make the HTML5 games repo private + new game addition criteria

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I started it mainly for fun. Overtime, it seems that many people are interested in it, and I appreciate it a lot (I've read the comments on my posts just now, I didn't expect people would come here lol). I once made it public so that everyone could see, fork, and play it, but at the same time I also saw some people who just forked it and made it as their own without attributing to me, and that made me really disappointed. That's why I had to make it private. Due to that, I will no longer update the source code on archive.org.

Different blog website, why?

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It's not on my main website because the free .me domain does not allow installing Wordpress plugin, so I have to resort to this free domain (rf.gd). I don't know if I earn enough money to buy a new domain (so everything is in one place).

New website

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Welp, I have my personal domain now, yell0wsuit.me. But this domain is free for 1 year, and it will expire in October 2022 (backup link is https://yell0wsuit.github.io/).

I'm not gonna renew it by the way, because the .me domain is expensive (about $20/year). I would rather stick to .com domain, which is cheaper and more popular.