Your welcome with the small feedback I made.
Had another look today and I think your are getting there!
I love the bluish (I know, it is probably called another color name, but I'm being simple in my English this morning) color showing which link I'm over at any time!
I think the brown tone is quite much better, I'm a little to tired to tell if it is really nailed down or not, as my eyes hurt a little, but that might as well just be the computer screen it self and not a hint of me stressing a little to see the page.
I notice in this forum too the same feel you see, hence me thinking it is just this old body of mine needing more sleep.
I can read the sidebar without problems, when you added in the bluish tint in addition it really made it even better, I liked the combination, it has a sort of old time style over it self.
Mostly due to the fact the color scheme (except the bluish, that was a modern twist
) reminds me of the backing of so many old photographs I have in my collection from around 1893 onward. That paper/cardboard/whatever it is, is varying in color some, but is often along the brownish side of the colors, like your new website.
I like it.
Not annoying at all
Thanks for the link to the tutorial, and your style.css file - I seen such css files before I realize, tweaked some around for a database program I use for many purposes and not just keeping track of my books like it was meant to do.
It uses xls and css files to show the results of searches, inputs and so on - and I have had my share of hacks in there to make the views I want.
Maybe there is hope for me after all.
Do you write all the code in a sort of text editor and just use the mind to keep track of the views the code represent, or you have a way to see how it looks as you change the code around?
Just curious, no need to answer much/fast.
Take care, and thank you for all the lovely stuff you have produced, and is making/producing!