A whole year in anime reviewing has ended. Today AnimeReviews turns one year old! In celebration I’ve decided to write a little bit on the reviews of yesteryear, the few upcoming changed that will probably happen in the following weeks and my hopes for AnimeReviews in the near future. Come on in and enjoy the blabber. There’s cake! Continue reading
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The website has just passed a major upgrade. Here are the new additions and changes:
- Full smartphone support now available. You can now enjoy a sleek new customized web interface when visiting Anime Reviews from your Iphones and Androids.
- Articles tab added to the Anime Reviews menu.This is essentially an archive page which will collect all the articles published on the website for easy access.
- Comments system now changed to Disqus. What this essentially means is better looking comments and support of image and video posting. Many popular websites use this system these days so I’m giving it a go.
- Related posts recommendation thingy added. Now you can see related posts and articles at the end of each post/review. How handy!
Yay! I got my first trophy! Who did I get it from? The internet spirits of course.
It’s been three months since Anime Reviews went up, and I think the blog/reviews website has been doing pretty good. I managed to squeeze all the reviews I had the time to write. My goal is always to write a good review, which by my standards means a review that touches on the content of the anime, the quality of DVD/BD and the overall impression. I’ll try to maintain my current pace for reviewing and, of course, blog a bit more.
I’ve only two small grieves with the current state of the website. The first is about the layout of the main page, which I will eventually pay someone to change for me (because I know nothing about HTML, CSS or Jquery). The second are the comments, or more specifically the lack of them. I’d love to see more of you comment on my reviews and blog posts. Like my review? Say it! Dislike my review? Speak up and make your stand. Have a specific question about something I didn’t mention in the review? Fire away!