I updated the blog template because of an issue with “permissions” (I could not create new categories, for example). Apparently when I did so I lost the ability to have the sidebars are either…side. So I hope you don’t mind the new look. I am not a fan, but I hope to bring the old one back (unless hordes of fan cry out in favor of the new look).
You may also like
Bluetooth Keyboard and iOS
This was originally published on May 4, 2011. In a discussion with my brother about the Surface Pro I made reference to this […]
Cricket and the DSS
I have not followed cricket since we left England so I was surprised when my Google alert of “Dead Sea Scrolls” found […]
Finding the Lost Dogs
The previous post regarding Daniel Amos put me in mind of another great group whose concert I attended, The Lost Dogs. I […]
I hope that we can do more of this. I am still waiting for an unnamed (because I still want to publish […]
6 thoughts on “Format change…”
It’s simply appalling that people change their web template as often as they do. Sometimes its hard to know if one has arrived at the right website!
I like the old one…
Thanks Jim! I know you like stable, steady, same ol’ same ol’ so it is back! I want to thank Jason at PSU for sending me to this css file.
Chris, how did you correct your permissions issue? Al of a sudden my WP is acting strange — doing the same thing you describe.
Chris–I just wanted to go on record as having liked the temporary setup.
I am curious why you don’t live that style, but rather this one?
I like having more than one column for support information, but I like having both of those columns together. Just seems more “efficient” to me. Silly, perhaps.
I do understand a sense of symmetry, with the body of the blog centered between two “supporting” columns.
Cole, the permissions issue was corrected with an update of the template we use, 3ColumnK2.
Steve, you are correct, I like the symmetry that it offers. I can’t see why having the sidebars would necessarily be more “efficient” unless you are thinking that it saves some mousing to go from one side to the other. My instinct (and experience) is that most folks will scroll through and just go to a link rather than using it like palettes in PhotoShop where repetition would make proximity important.