Time For A Change

I decided it was finely time to give up on the Notepad theme. Not having a header image didn’t sit well with me. Not to mention that it seemed like a sea of orange-ish yellow. So I have gone back to Twenty-Ten. Lots of new features in this theme!

And since the school year is approaching rapidly (my oldest are back in school on Tuesday!) I decided to go with the intro to a Calvin and Hobbes cartoon as my banner image. It speaks to me on so many levels.


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I'm interested in theology, languages, translation and various sorts of fermentation.
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4 Responses to Time For A Change

  1. Nathan Stitt says:

    This definitely seems to be one of the more popular themes out there. Aside from the theme I am using, I also strongly considered Inuit Types, Wu Wei, & Cutline. I like Structure really well, though it takes a bit more effort to get a post out if I want to include a featured image, which I do. Twenty Ten is really great though, very easy to navigate.

    • George says:

      I also like Vigilant, which has some neat customizations. But not big on the default fonts.

      What I’d like is for the blockquote tags on Twenty-Ten not to be italicized. I don’t like what that does when quotes themselves have italics (namely, nothing).

  2. Nick Norelli says:

    George: This is my favorite theme right now and I don’t think I’m likely to change it any time soon. I really liked my old theme but my eyes are failing me and the pale blue small print was getting to me. Concerning the blockquotes, italicized words actually get un-italicized in the blockquotes. It’s hard to notice though. I’ve been using this code for quoted material:

  3. Nick Norelli says:

    For some reason the image didn’t appear. Anyway, this is what I tried to insert. I would have typed it out but it would just disappear.

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