Nov 23, 2010
Heh, the term hangrrr got into Urban Dictionary.com!
Nov 16, 2010
Mark fixed the videos so they’re not wide anymore! I feel like I lost 10 pounds. Actually, not really, because if I had you’d be able to tell; I’d be the one tottering hangrily about, snatching food from bemused passersby. I also added a recipe index in the navigation bar where you can find all the recipes on the site on one page and clustered some of the other pages together (namely the “FAQ” and “Contact” page which are now child pages of the “About Sasa” page). The tags and categories have been rejigged too: now the categories include seasons, dietary preferences and what part of the meal the dish belongs to while the tags are just ingredients and recipe authors.
Nov 15, 2010
Added interviews to the mix! Also, disappeared the “Add this” bar at the bottom of posts and replaced with printable PDFs of recipes – you can download them by clicking on the “Print this recipe” link at the bottom of each post – and added simpler to use Tweet this and Like on Facebook buttons instead. I’ve increased the amount of clickable picture categories down the sidebar too, for another way to search.
Jul 6, 2010
A new look and Sasasunakku moves to a new domain.
Apr 8, 2010
I’ve decided to change the spelling of hanger to “hangrrr,” hear that Websters?
Mar 16, 2010
I figured out how to change what it says in the yellow box that appears when you hover the mouse over a link or photo and have been hiding smart-ass comments in them.
Feb 23, 2010
I added “save/share” buttons to the end of each post after the recipe – if you want to print a recipe out so you don’t get your computer all messy while you’re cooking, you just click on there and it will show (among various other things like email the post to someone or share on Facebook which I’d also love you to do!) a printer friendly version without all the pictures. Unfortunately it’s at the bottom of the huge list of ways to save/share but it’s better than wasting all your colour printer ink right?
Here are some easy instructions in case you don’t know what to do:
*Click on the save/share button at the end of each recipe.
*Go to the bottom of the list of social media.
*Choose “print-friendly version.”
*Click the box where it says “remove images” and then click “print.”