I’ve gone though and looked and seems like everything is OK. If anyone is using IE, you might want to keep a look out just because IE likes to break things (there was already one issue post-launch that I had to fix in IE). And yes, you don’t get nice rounded corners in IE, so I already know about that.
One late addition to the site I made yesterday was adding spoiler tags to comments. Now in the comment quicktags, you should have a spoiler option (and if you for some reason don’t, you can manually type it in). It should wrap anything you want to designate as a spoiler in spoiler brackets (I think it applies to posts as well, so I can’t actually show it here lol). I noticed that in both the series I’m blogging, there have been some discussions about what has happened ahead in the story based on the manga or game, and I though that it might be useful is such discussion was hidden by a spoiler function.
As for the anime credit videos…I think I’ve come up with a compromise. Any videos which are on youtube and are “clean” (ie, no subs or karaoke or whatever) on them I’ll just go ahead and use YouTube unless the quality is just really, really crappy for some reason. If no such videos exist, then I’ll use my own hosted videos. I’ll start going through and putting those in tomorrow, but I’ve reduced the sizes of those videos even more (about 1/2 of what they even were before) and they still seemed to be good, so hopefully that will help on the load time.
Of course, the other noticable added feature, as I alluded to in my preview post, is that linked images, such as the screenshots in my episode reviews, now pop-up in a lightbox-like thing which, I think, will allow people to browse the images in the gallery and whatnot more easily.