Tuesday, April 7, 2009

My new header

I played with the blog header today. I am not sure yet if I like it. There are so many new things to learn on this blog, and I am finally gaining some courage to try. What do you think?

13 comments:

  1. Susan, I really like it with one BIG but ..... it's difficult for my bad eyes to read the name of your blog. Maybe would stand out more in the second line of photos.

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  2. I know what you mean, Mary. I haven't figured out how to move the name. It doesn't seem to allow me to do that.

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  3. Dave K.2:21 PM

    Susan, I LOVE your new header! It is so professional!! Our high school English teacher would be very proud of you! We try to make it a point to read your blog daily.

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  4. Dave--thank you. I am so pleased the two of you are reading me. Suppose I should put a reunion pic in there too? ha ha

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  5. I really like it, Susan - it gives a 'snapshot' view of different parts of your life & who you are - very nice !

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  6. I really like your new header. It suits you and the things you like to do.

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  7. Anonymous4:36 PM

    I like that it summarizes you and Dale so well--your interests and pasttimes. Maybe you could put a dark background behind the name of your blog and then move everything else down by one row. I have no idea how one does these things, of course. RW

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  8. I really like it. If you want to change the color of the header you can do that and even change the font or size of it. By using the fonts and colors part of the layout page. By the way, is that a Bichon in one of the pictures? Looks just like my Chloe.....I will have to see if I can make an interesting header too.

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  9. Yes, Kathy, it is our 13 y/o Bichon, Kippy. I can't seem to move the title and subtitle down out of the pictures. Will keep working at it.

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  10. Hey...I'm very impressed, how did you do that??? I want to try that too. Love your pics and they represent you and your life. It's great Susan!

    Thanks for your visit today!!

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  11. I like it alot. It makes me want to know the story behind each photo, especially the European looking village on the bottom. I agree with Mary that it's difficult to read the title of you blog. You go Susan!! You are doing a good job of figuring out the technology!

    - Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

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  12. I'm impresses - I wouldn't have a clue how to do this!

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  13. Susan, I give you credit on the header, I'm so technically challenge! Maybe you can give me some tips! Nice to "meet" you!
    Marie

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