In an effort to try to make the blog a little easier to read, I’ve tweaked the layout slightly. I really don’t want to get into any more major overhauls, because I’m generally satisfied with the way it looks. Good is good enough. But there is always room for improvement, so I’ve tried switching to a 3 column layout, rather than a 2 column one. I’ve also changed the type and size of the font, and removed some of the formatting lines that separated different sections of the blog. I’m hoping that it looks a little neater now.
One thing that I will say about the Thesis theme for WordPress is that it makes these changes super-simple. A single click in a box, and the layout changes from 2 columns to 3… or even 1 column if that’s what I wanted. There are so many options available with the Thesis theme, and if I had any idea what I was doing, I could probably tweak the hell out of it!
If anyone notices any problems with the layout, please let me know. I was told by one person that the font seemed greyed out and not all that easy to read. It looks fine on my computer, so if it doesn’t look right to anyone else, please let me know.