PostHeaderIcon Creative Distraction

Yeah, you are where you thought you were going. I was becoming depressed watching this (so far) bloodless coup the Progressives are so rapidly perpetrating on our country. As a distraction, I decided to try designing my own theme for my blog. I enjoy such creative endeavors, and it has been a welcome break from politics. I am sure I will be tweaking it forever now that I can; but I have been wanting to widen the article column for quite some time, and so far I am pleased with the results. Critical comments welcome. 🙂 ◄Dave►

0

9 Responses to “Creative Distraction”

  • whoa! I like the color scheme and layout, except your hyperlinks could maybe use either some darkening or enlarging over there —>

    It’s a little….uhhh……cheerful.

    0
  • ◄Dave► says:

    It’s a little….uhhh……cheerful.

    Oh, that will never do… I wouldn’t want to lose my hard earned reputation as a curmudgeon! 🙂

    Thanks much for the feedback, and I concurred. Is that any better? I also widened the sidebar a bit, and I think it is an improvement. ◄Dave►

    0
  • Looks great, but your curmudgeonry is definitely threatened.

    0
  • ◄Dave► says:

    Thanks, friend. I’ll have to be careful. 🙂 ◄Dave►

    0
    • ◄Dave► says:

      I just enabled the nesting (up to 3 levels) of comments. So, if you wish to reply to the original post, just use the comment box as usual. If you wish to reply to a specific comment, click the “reply” link on that comment (as I have done here). Perhaps this will encourage discussion between commenters. ◄Dave►

      0
  • John says:

    You also might want to widen the column that pops up when you roll over the essays tab. It cuts off the title of some of the posts.

    0
    • ◄Dave► says:

      Thanks, John. It is done. Since the sub menus want to fly out to the right, I had to move them to the left side to keep them from going off the page. ◄Dave►

      0

Leave a Reply

Subscribe via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Political Spectrum
Political Circle
Archives
Blogroll
Internal Links