Saturday, January 2, 2010

No, you're not going insane.

I've added a third column to my template. After much considering, and not wanting to have the never-ending scrolling page of doom, I figured the stuff would be better split up with a third column. Plus shorter scrolling and shorter load times for stuff.

Let me know if it's not displaying right for anyone. It's showing up okay in my browser but in my Page Elements section it's a little funky. I just don't want it to be FUBAR for other people. Also, let me know if it's cluttered or harder to read or anything. Your opinion means the world!

7 comments:

Pamela said...

I just did the same thing to my blog!!

It's showing up just fine for me and I don't think it makes things any harder to read.

Mary Ann DeBorde said...

Donna, looks GREAT! Good idea, too, makes for easier reading I think =)

WilowRaven said...

I think it looks great!
I switched to 3 a while ago and I'm never going back :)
Just as an FYI though, when you 'Preview' a post before publishing it, blogger shows the preview as if you still only had 2 columns so sometimes the spacing, centering whatnot is off from the actual post.

It used to annoy me but now I just go with it :)

pirate penguin said...

No problems viewing it from my computer! It looks so much more organized! ;)

Donna said...

Thank you, everyone! I do all the coding by hand so I was able to find code for the extra sidebar at one site but it didn't tell me how to set padding so I had to find that at another site. Oi!

And it's funny that it looks more organized because, aside from just having that extra sidebar, I just added borders around them. I did have it around the posting section but it was too many lines. But the borders around the sidebars kind of gives it a more finished, streamlined look. It's growing on it. Regardless, it was a necessity.

Insert Book Title said...

It works just fine. I really enjoy have a 3 col.

Kelsey said...

It looks so great! Plus everything seems so much more organized.

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