OK, feedback in the audio system at a concert may not be a good thing. But feedback on the construction of the American Craftsman Workshop site is a good thing.
I have a good idea of how I want the ACW site to look overall, but if you have trouble reading something or something does not function, be sure to let me know.
A New Lesson Everyday
I am just learning how to use the site platform and I am more impressed with it all the time. There is a lot of control and ability to customize the site with the tools provided. Having a lot of control also equates to having a lot to learn, but I am getting there. I am definitely learning something new everyday.
One thing I just figured out this morning was how to make the bar at the bottom of the blog entries larger with easier to read text. That would be the bar that includes the "comments" and "tags" location.
Last night I figured out how to make the text in the blog larger, making it easier to read as well. I am not shooting for the Reader's Digest large print version, but I am just trying to make it a little easier to see on the computer screen. Maybe viewers will be able to say, "The American Craftsman Workshop sure is easy on the eyes.";)
If you have visited the site previously, you will notice that I changed the template. I was stuck with the first one because I did not know how to change it. I am sure that you will see it change again as I learn to import my own images and create a custom "American Craftsman" style background.
So bear with me as I build the ACW. There is more work going on behind the scenes than you can imagine.
Your friend in the shop - Todd A. Clippinger
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