Updated, 11:51 pm: The religion page has been loaded. This is an upload of an R Markdown document exported to .html. R is the software we have been learning to us in Dr. Mullen’s Data and Digital History course. There’s some built-in CSS that’s screwing up the fonts from my own CSS design, and my rule won’t display at the bottom. It’s not a matter of simply deleting code, though. (Take a look at the page source for an idea of what I was working with. Go ahead — scroll down. I dare you.) I think that next time I will pull the images and tables out and insert them into a fresh .html page. Also, I’d make the three choropleth maps for 1895-1905 into an animated .gif.
Overall, though, I’m going to call this a win.
Who thought it was a good idea to put the last week of classes right after Mother’s Day? “I hate to sound ungrateful, but I need all of you to leave so I can work on my final project. But leave the cake.”
I incorporated the feedback from last week (thank you all very much). Personally, I don’t much care for the addition of the extra red around the JA inside the wingding, but I bow to the wisdom of the crowd.
The religion page is a placeholder for a project I did in R. I’m troubleshooting some html transfer issues with my professor and hope to have it posted by the deadline tonight. But first, I need to go interfere in my daughter’s life over dinner. It’s what mothers do.