Facelift

Every so often, generally about once a year, I give the blog a bit of a facelift. This is mostly to keep it looking up to date.

Recently, I changed this one to one I wasn’t 100% happy with, but it did seem to give the place a more modern feel. However, the posts were a bit choppy and it wasn’t easy to see what order they were supposed to be in.

Last week, I changed the alphabet adventurers blog to once I really liked. You can see it here.  (Please do visit – it will cost you nothing.)

So, just now, I changed this one too – to the same theme. But it’s not looking quite the same. This may be due to the picture positions, it may be because I don’t post a picture every time, or it may just be that I’m not used to it. So I’m going to leave it up for a short while, to see how it goes, and if I still don’t settle to it, I’ll change it again.*

Do let me know what you think in the comments section.

This is just a flying visit, but while I’m here you might like to listen to my radio interview yesterday with TalkRadio Europe. We discussed chocolate and my book A History of Cadbury. It’s a SoundCloud link, but you can log in with a Facebook ID or a Google ID if you don’t have an account or don’t want to open one specifically. The link is here.

* EDIT: I’ve removed the featured images, and I think the home/landing page looks much better. I do like to have pictures on the main page, though. However, not if it looks too messy. So the jury’s still out – for now.

 

2 Comments Add yours

  1. carolwarham says:

    Looks good to me. Great interview.

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    1. Thank you. There’s an official link on the writing page too.

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