26 Jan 2009

Notice something .... different?

Nope - didn't get a haircut.
No - DEFINITELY didn't lose weight.
A new dress? Well, sort of!

As you can probably tell, the blog is going through a visual revamp. It's not all done (the header obviously still needs to be changed) but a good chunk got taken care over over the weekend, thanks in part to my darling husband, thanks in part to darling me.

Also - you might notice that the blog is now at its very own website - www.jenbutneverjenn.com, as opposed to the blogspot address. If you link to or have my site bookmarked, you may want to update - but blogger will continue to redirect you this way until further notice.

And yes - in the near future the Alphabetty image will also link to something more substantial - client work has kept me a little busy and I want that site to be just right before turning it live.

Isn't technology thrilling?

EDITED TO ADD: Currently, the site is best viewed with a screen resolution of 1280 x 1024. Viewing it other ways will make it appear dumb. So to be clear - it's you, not me.


Anonymous,  2:28 pm, January 26, 2009  

I kind of like the new layout but would appreciate at least a small margin on the left side - a character width or three. I find it hard to read right up to the edge of the screen.

Your most senior critic/fan.

Jen 5:06 pm, January 26, 2009  

Senior Critic (a.k.a. Dad),

What browser and browser settings are you using? There's a good inch of buffer between the text and the edge of the page ...?

Anonymous,  5:56 pm, January 26, 2009  

IE 7

I'll send you a screen capture of what I see.

Anonymous,  6:01 pm, January 26, 2009  

Looks the same in 3.01 of Firefox (i.e., no margin on the left).


Anonymous,  2:43 pm, January 27, 2009  

It's okay, not great.

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