If you’re a returning reader, you’ve undoubtedly noticed the theme change. If you’re a first-time reader, first of all, welcome! And know that you’ve missed Walking the Pattern’s era of DePo Masthead.
I’ve chosen the MistyLook theme because it has several of the characteristics that I was looking for. Wider columns, a custom background, a custom header image that doesn’t have text floating on top of it, and a few other aesthetic attributes. I know that earlier on I said I didn’t want to focus too much on the design aspect of my blog, but now that it’s been up for a few months, I thought it might be time to give it a few tweaks to make it more appealing.
Even though the theme has been changed, I’m still in the process of fiddling around with a background and header that work well, among other things. Many people like to keep their projects covered up, and once complete, dramatically pull away the sheet revealing the final result. Not here (if tweaking theme options can qualify as a project). This will be transparent. When I decide to make a change, you’ll see it happen even if the rest isn’t yet finished. So if the blog looks to be in disarray for a while, you know why.