Web standards are important and Nergalicious adheres to them. This site is made from a WordPress template called Neat! All the code is theirs and I thank them for providing a wonderful service.
The Nergalicious logo was designed and produced by myself. The font is a mystery to me, I know I had to use more than one and the Glyph Pallet in Adobe® Illustrator®. The definition will change from time to time, as will the background image.
If Nergalicious looks ugly in your browser, you’re using a bad browser that doesn’t support web standards. I’ve tried the site in a number of browsers and the only time it looked slightly off was in a none Mozilla browser and er, um, well a WebKit browser. I have had to modify some of the content to try and minimise this. I can’t do much about text reflowing, but the site looks good in Firefox. W3C Standards are there for a reason. Comply.
It still looks Ugly, Ugly, Ugly in Firefox on a PC. Huge nasty text re-flow, poor rendering of fonts- oh, that’s a difference between platforms… And font substituting on the machine I viewed it on.