Libre is the new WordPress Theme I am adopting for my Xena blog, jettisoning Chateau.
The change is the result of one of my assignments as a participant in WordPress’ Blogging 101 program. Each day during the week participants receive a daily assignment to guide them through the various content and programmatic options available as wordpressers.
I ‘dropped out’ of Blogging 101 once before and I think it was a result of this very assignment. I had stumbled through setting up my blog a few years before and was fearful of making any changes to the look and feel of the page. So this time, upon the advice of our blog tutors, I set up a dummy blog and used it to try on various Themes. They suggested trying on no more than 10 (there are probably hundreds available) so that I wouldn’t get lost. I made it to 6 and fritzed out.
I did learn a few things about myself and my interests … I am partial to a more text oriented display with only occasional images … I am also partial to a serif type face, but not too much serif … and I like simplicity in the layout without too many independent places for the eye to drop.
What am I not sure about … everything.
Notice this entire blog is not about content, but about style?