Theme updated to HTML5

I finally changed this blog’s theme to some slightly more modern underpinnings, using HTML5 and CSS3. The theme rests on the foundation of the Toolbox theme from Automattic, mashed up with some bits of this site’s old theme. I also had to add in some hacky crap because Firefox hasn’t yet learned to fly right with some HTML5 tags.

While this theme looks sort of like the old one, it uses far fewer image files to get the same look. The rounded corners, drop shadows and transparent backgrounds are all done with new CSS3 capabilities (or the hacky add-ons that Firefox uses in place of them). Since not all browsers support the new hotness, you might not see either of these. Hopefully you see something that is at least legible in is place. The theme looks good appears as I intended it to on Mac versions of Safari, Chrome and Firefox and Linux versions of Firefox. I haven’t tested it on anything else.

If you spot a problem, let me know.


After eight years, the main DivNull site is finally getting a redesign. In addition to a new look, the site is now backed by the leading blogging software. Most importantly, it now supports RSS feeds.

In doing this redesign, it was also decided to change names from DivNull Software to DivNull Productions, and to merge the various non-software production we have done all along under the main label. This was done mostly to provide “one-stop shopping” for people interested in what we are making these days, but also because the line between what is “software” and “not software” is blurring so much that the distinction is loosing its meaning.

As much of our “not software” work consisted of products for tabletop role-playing games, expect to see more news of such on this page from now on. Announcements will be categorized (see the categories to the right).

We are also actively working on some web-based projects that may or may not see the light of day. If they do, they will likely debut under their own domain names. Even so, this site will still be used to make announcements about them.

Thanks to those of you who have supported DivNull over the years. We hope to make the coming years even better.