Sunday, November 28, 2010

New Blog Theme for the Season of Advent


No, it's not your imagination.  The theme for this blog has changed.  The full change may not be visible if you are viewing on a more narrow screen or mobile device. Therefore, I have taken a snapshot of what you would see on wider screens

I have wanted to change the theme with the change of seasons and thought it would be appropriate to comprehend the liturgical seasons. 

I will try to do this several times yearly. 




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3 comments:

Ben said...

I like it! I think changing with the seasons is a good idea. I wonder how hard it would be to automatically change, say, to a red-design background, and a picture of the altar with red "stuff" (for lack of better words) on a martyr's feast. Any web geeks have any ideas?

Diane M. Korzeniewski, OCDS said...

Ben,

It would be nice to do liturgical days, but way too much work. Even if I had to just replace a template every day, it is too much maintenance.

I'm going to take it one week at a time. I may do something for Gaudete Sunday with the Rose colored liturgical color, perhaps just changing the header, but not the theme. I can only handle so much rose - ROFL

Nick said...

What will Christmas be like on Te Deum? Will you be making special posts on the eight days?