I don’t like the code, but the code likes me.
Actually, I found it in my access logs from last week. Not only does
The Hermit’s Tower link to me, but the site also uses a visitor-selectable design (just like my site), and the author thanks me for the script to accomplish this. This is a great ego-boost for me to find in my access logs!
Not only does this site’s use of visitor-selectable design help demonstrate some of the interactive possibilities of the Web to people who may not visit my site, but it’s use of CSS for layout positioning (rather than the old use of tables) helps to make me feel better about my decision to move to CSS for design layout. And by using CSS for layout, I’m now in
this list by Web Nouveau of table-less sites... which I also found linking to me via my access logs.