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Star Trek Into Darkness

22 Jun 2017

Section Update
Caption competition Fixed an issue where the caption competition was dropping all text entered after the '.

Fixed another issue which prevented duplicate entries from being dropped.

7 Jun 2017

Section Update
Poll We asked "Which series has you most interested and excited?" and you voted for "Star Trek : Discovery" with a winning score of 31 out of 53 votes (58.5%).

1 Jun 2017

Section Update
Caption Comp Congratulations to DBB winner of last months caption competition.

26 May 2017

Section Update
Poll We asked "Jason Isaacs has been cast as the Captain of the USS Discovery. What say you?" and you voted for "He’s pretty good." with a winning score of 26 out of 69 votes (37.7%).

25 May 2017

Section Update
Site layout The conversion to HTML5 is now complete. I've taken the opportunity to tidy up a lot of the code for the site and make it more standards compliant. For example the Starship Service History page should now look perfect on any standards compliant web browser. Previously, it was a horrible font size specific fiddle that would work on some browsers and not others. If it doesn't look right try setting your browser to default size text as we have found the Chrome's zoom in feature breaks this page. Note to Chrome, fix your web browser.

Another benefit of the change over is the Image page repair that I detailed earlier. This would not be possible without the HTML5 conversion. As always if you notice a problem please let us know using the Email Author link at the top of the screen.

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