I re-did the theme. Again. "But why?" Well, because the pages were so narrow, and the images I put in articles had a rediculous method of viewing full-sized.
The pages aren't width-limited any more, and the images are easier to get at (and get back from), and the whole thing is just simpler. It's so simple, it looks old. "But, I don't like old." Sorry. Please try to put up with it. I don't like old, either. But I do like simple, and this is simple.
I call them Koopoids; just one is a Koopoid.
A Koopoid is a 3D shape that has the same (rotation is allowed) orthographic outline from the three axes, but not from any other view. (See figure 1). A good example that you already know of is a cube. A cube counts as a square koopoid. [Full article]
Finally! I found out what a good website looks like. (Credit to ArtSoft.org).
The old site looked rather bad, when compared to this one, although in its defence, it's quite a bit more colourful, but it took a while to load! (It's all the images that did it).
It took me a day or two to figure out how to make everything work. But now it works, and it looks good-ish.