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Old 11-29-2006, 08:15 AM   #3
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Found another fluid theme I like a lot, but would certainly want to change the pic, perhaps one color, maybe experiment with fonts — Home Sweet Home. But the layout really appeals to me.
I don’t find a way to enlarge the thing to really see, but if the main text sits right next to the left side of the screen (like the page that describes it), then I would certainly want to change that. And I always have a problem with headings (like the title in the illustration) that sit in limbo over the gap in the middle of the screen rather than over the content. And with centered headings in a flush left layout.

Never mind. Picky, picky.

The title and banner might be difficult to alter (can’t tell without trying it).

Anyway, good luck. Have fun getting used to WordPress.

   
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