Architecture is about tradeoffs. Right now, I’m the victim of a wrongly balanced tradeoff: my ISP has decided to change security settings. A new team of security engineers has changed the web server setup. The result is what you see now: a number of PHP routines have been ‘disabled for security reasons’, as a result of which the Serendipity blog engine shows an incorrect layout. An architectural issue on Serendipity side, not taking security sufficiently into account, but also a tradeoff mistake on behalf of my provider: overkill in security without looking at customer required functionality. You’ll notice when things are fixed – the background will be black and the text will be white again.