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Lucky 13 Fixed Our Forms

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Back in June, we inadvertently deleted code that makes our forms work.

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Changes to Monthly Giveaway Entry Rules

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We’ve been reviewing and making some modifications to our Monthly Giveaway rules. A new giveaway may be coming soon, and we want to go over the changes beforehand, because there are now two ways to enter.

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Responsive Web Design

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After many long days and nights, we’ve finally upgraded the Disney Experience to a fully responsive Web design.

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Weird Wide Web

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Twitter, McAfee, and Facebook; it has been an interesting few days. But, we’re pushing through.

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We Found a Missing Icon

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Missing DCA Logo Icon

During our dive deep into the archived master files, we discovered an old icon (California Adventure logo) that was completely missing from our vault . . . not only missing, but mislabeled!

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A New Theme

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We’ve been working hard to minimize a lot of the graphical clutter, utilizing simple fonts and a lot of solid colors.

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WordPress = Headache

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Oh, the joys of WordPress. It’s a powerful tool, but it can cause so many headaches.

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Now It’s Mobile!

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We’ve been hard at work for the better part of the month to create a mobile version of the website.

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It’s Mobile . . . ish

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The site is kind of mobile. Some pages are, and others have a nasty redirect loop that just doesn’t want to play nice.

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Resized Icons

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Resizing Cogsworth Icon

Here’s something a little exciting to us. We have just begun resizing our original 32×32 icons to include sizes up to 512×512! Before, they only had 32×32, 24×24, and 16×16 sizes. The larger images are still pixelated, but that’s okay. We think it showcases the artistry that went into them.

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