Update: Freezenet Issues 3.1 Site Design Patch Drew Wilson | March 29, 2019 Back in February, Freezenet announced that the entire website is now mobile friendly. Today, we announce a patch to fix some lingering issues. Back in February, we announced a full re-code of the entire website. Effectively, this represents Freezenet 3.0. There is no doubt the re-code hugely increased the performance of the site. After all, it is hard to knock efforts to make a website mobile friendly. Still, when you do a major coding project like that, it’s extremely difficult to have everything function correctly the first time around. This is in spite of a lot of testing we’ve done prior to launch. Unfortunately, one bug did slip through to the live version of the site. That bug wound up being how the front end renders pictures for those on mobile devices. This bug actually impacted a very small handful of pages on the site, but it did have an impact on the look of the site. After some research and testing, Freezenet can confirm that the images displaying improperly has now been fixed. While it would have been easy to just manually change the code dimensions of the images themselves, we were more keen on a fix that would stop this bug from happening in the future. Now, thanks to this patch, the images bug has been resolved. We can now say that this website is, in fact, totally mobile friendly. We got 98% of the way their in the re-design, but it appears that we have now gotten to 100% at this point in time. For those of you waiting for this fix, thank you for your patience and understanding. We hope your browsing experience is now better thanks to this! Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85 and Google+.