I apologize for the lay-out and design instability of late. The last iteration was superficially the closest to the original design, which WordPress will no longer support, but after a few days of posting I found a lot of anomalies–fonts, weird ways of posting quotes—that were driving me crazy. Unfortunately, one has to work with these things for a bit to learn how well they work.
Please bear with me.
8 thoughts on “The Great Ethics Alarms Theme Hunt Continues”
If you’re taking user feedback into account, a few things I liked about the previous interim theme were the way it displayed nested comments (in alternating-color boxes) that made it really easy to track who was replying to whom, and how on the main page the direct-link to the comments was shown in a little speech bubble to the side of the title (in the old theme you had to scroll past the preview of the post to see the comments link, and in the current one it’s too subtle).
Carry on the good fight.
I liked that feature too. But the font sizes were ridiculously limited, and it kept giving me trouble with spacing between paragraphs.
One thing I’ve noticed with the new format is if a comment thread gets too long, the box gets more and more narrower, so even if you are viewing it on a PC, the text gets thinner
That usually means that you have to reduce the font size.
Checked in the dogsbite threads, where there are over 300 comments. I now see what you mean, though no comment gets down to letters vertically.
I miss the previous/next day at the top, so I could play catch up without lots of scrolling… nice work though. I do not look forward to redesigning mine.
I’ve got to check the options. I may be able to move that feature to the top. Thanks for the feedback. Another way to catch up is to click on the month’s archives.
Did that too. but turned out I was one column off after a lot of scrolling. Caught up npw, tho 🙂