Website Info

 

This website was designed and built by  Joel Andrew Glastetter for SillyCar Design. It has been in the works since 2006, and has been re-designed twice so far and never fully completed. I keep trying to make the design easier for me to add content while still keeping it looking pretty cool. It is not intended to be viewed with any candy-ass web browsers (Internet Explorer, for example does not support transparent backgrounds or round corners, so you will miss some of the effect if you use that hunk-o-s#@! browser) that’s as of 2011, if you’re reading this three years or more later and IE finally works to other browsers standards, well kudos to you ya bastaaad!

This website was designed using an Apple Power Macintosh G5 Dual 2Ghz Processor Computer and an Apple MacBook Pro to look and sound cool. If you aren’t hearing any sounds when you roll over stuff on the main hub, then you need the Flash Player plug-in for your browser. You can get it by clicking here! The software used to build this site  includes but is not limited to: Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Flash, Amadeus Pro, Linotype Font Explorer X, Audio HiJack Pro, Adobe Illustrator, WordPress (This site uses the Suffusion theme by Sayontan Sinha) and I’m sure there were others. The design and everything else within this website is the sole property of SillyCar Design with the exception of any company logos or properties which belong to their respective owners. If you steal this design, you will be punished in some way shape or form that will be very unpleasant for you to say the least, so keep your Karma Cup full. If you notice any problems or would just like to comment on this website, please feel free to send  a note using the contact link in the sidebar. Thanks for visiting and don’t forget to play a video game at least once a day!

Ok, so you’re still reading this? Well, if you’d like to see the previous version of this site, click here (you need flash for some of it, but the Games section in particular had a cool listing design, but it just would have been too hard compared to WordPress to add all of the games I have.) And if you want to see the version before that (really old and silly design, but I keep it posted ’cause that’s how I roll) click here.