Website whoopsie

Upon creating more apps, I realized the website doesn’t do them justice when displaying the lot. In fact, it was broken. Just look at how hideous the site looked before. The alternative to these horrendous bubbles should have been something relevant to the Acouster logo. Considering the div misplacement even happened indicates that no matter how short you try to keep the text in each cell, height is almost never guaranteed to be the same.

Masonry has been a popular way of aligning cells of uneven height. Nuf said.

Before:

Acouster-apps-before

After:

acouster_apps_masonry

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