At last, after many hours of work, arguments and "constructive criticism" (which, I suspect, narrowly avoided descending into fist-based negotiations ;o), the Graduation Ball 2007 mini-site is up and running, announcing the Scratch Perverts and The Cuban Brothers as the headline acts:
I'm really proud of this project, because I think it might be one of the best bits of HTML I've helped to produce. It might not validate perfectly, and it might not tick all the right "boxes" for anyone else, but compared to pages I was producing 24 months - or even just 12 months - ago, the development in my coding and design is pretty clear.
I.e. I was "pretty bad"; now I'm just "fairly bad". Something like that, anyway...
I'm hoping everyone involved in the project also feels it's come out well. I was largely responsible for the later stages of the project, so the other contributors to it haven't had much input during these stages. Hopefully, there won't be tears in the office tomorrow morning.
I'm also crossing my fingers that what's gone into the FAQs page doesn't turn out to be wildly inaccurate (although what's there is a collection of what's been communicated to students for the last couple of months, so it should be ok).
/al - off to get some sleep