A few readers have written to me about difficulties reading the blog. On the other hand, others have written in with compliments about its appearance.
After some digging around, I discovered that it depends on which computer you are using, which browser, and even which version of that browser!
However, I would like to try to please all of the people all of the time 😉 and so…
In the last couple of weeks I have been trying to improve things:
- the font of the main text has been changed
- previous posts and archives are presented as two columns in concise form rather than in post format
- there is a new sidebar section containing top posts & pages (most viewed)
Do give me your opinion by voting in the poll below (or by commenting below, or by emailing me) – and I will act upon the results!
3 thoughts on “Tweaking the look of WordstoDeeds”
Hi Juliette, I am very confused and don’t know how to vote.. I opened up three earlier blogs to compare with this one to see the changes you said you had made but I see no difference at all. It must be my browser. What I see is the column on the left as usual which starts with “follow blog”, RSS, Recent Posts (and oddly enough today’s tweaking post appears in the previous blogs – how could that be?!) then Categories, Top Posts & Pages and Archives. I am really an amateur at this stuff so I may be missing something or doing something wrong – or just plain not understanding what is going on. In any case, it appears that the forma tmay have affected all the blogs I have so that the older ones are the same as today’s. I can read the font easily so that is a positive. And your blogs are inspiring- opening huge portals onto the greater world of translation. Thanks.
Hi Mary Lynn,
Just to clarify one point – WordPress doesn’t give the option to format some posts in one way and others in another. So as far as comparing goes, readers will have to compare with their memory of how it was before, I’m afraid.
I should have made that clearer.
If I understand correctly, though, you find the font easier to read, so that’s definitely what I was aiming for.
Thanks for taking the time to let me know!
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