To celebrate the first day of summer here in the land of the flat-brimmed hat, we have a print version of our blog post.
And we’re also in the process of migrating to a new design. So if you’re not reading this in print, you can still get the print version by clicking the link below.
You have a lot of design experience at work, so if you’re not up to the task you should have some design experience.
As always, you can click on any of the links below to the blog post or to the design and the print version to get full access.
The new design of print_r looks like it was inspired by the print version of the blog post. I think the new design gives each post a little more personality. It looks less chaotic, and the font on the page is more readable. I think the new design is even better than the old one anyway since its far more readable.
When I start the build, I have to go to the command prompt and type in my name, password, and username. I don’t have a real name, but this is a pretty basic command prompt anyway.
I personally like the new look of print_r a lot better than the old one. It’s still a lot of typing, but less confusing to use. If I were using the old version, I would have to use the command prompt to type in my password and username. This is a much more intuitive way to use the command prompt.
I actually prefer the old version because it’s easier to remember my username and password.The new one has a built-in password. The name of the password is only a bit ambiguous. For example, I have to type in my username. This means I need to have my password in the command prompt.
I just can’t help but wonder what the difference between the old and the new version of print_r could be. I am sure many of us are going to find this very interesting.
I think that the new print_r is an even more intuitive way to use the command prompt. Because the old version is really just a command prompt with a few extra options, it’s hard for a new user to remember it. Also, the “?” is a bit awkward.