DeafPulse.com – new features and more feeds

I’ve just released a newer version of Deafpulse.com.

One big new feature is the added functionality of collapsing sections. Click on any white headings or “more” links, it’ll expand to show more news. By default, current deaf news/blogs, youtube, and flickr sections are laid open but they all can be collapsed if so desired.

I’ve also added some new feeds and categories. Check them out!

I’m in the middle of developing a database that will hold all of the RSS news so I’ll have more control over them and to create a directory for all blogs. There will be another big new feature coming soon.

I’ve taken painful steps to ensure that it is cross-compatible in both browsers—IE and Firefox—and three platforms: PC, Mac, and Linux. For best results, use Firefox. :-)

Working on something like this website takes a lot of my time but I thoroughly enjoy it. I was reminded by a quote from Ben Franklin. He said “Sometimes it’s better to do 1,001 small things right than only one large thing right.” There’s a lot of things I want to see to happen and that it takes many small steps to get there, not in one big step.

More to come!

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  1. Rene Visco

    Hey, I thought I left a comment previously. Want to say that functionality of collapsing sections is awesome! It’s no major feat to get it working with all browsers.

    DeafPulse is now officially “web 2.0”!

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