May 29, 2007

Can you help get my masthead right?

  Mike @ Centotre 
  Originally uploaded by Edublogger

I hate it when bloggers go on the scrounge, but sometimes needs must. Having a business coffee with Mike, right, (different, I guess, from a pleasure coffee) yesterday we once again got into the dynamics (or lack of them) in my blog's masthead.

It is drifting off the page, the photo's lighting is wrong... but what's underneath it is OK. Jamie had already offered some time to get it right, but since he's on holiday if anyone is able to help out in getting this right, while keeping the colour themes I've picked (very fond of my red/light blue stuff) then please do drop me a line. Mike reckons it's only a 15 minute job for someone who knows what they're doing.

At least being 'lost on the page' is a marked improvement from being 'funereal'.


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Drop me a line and I'll give you a hand to get it all sorted.

I'm back, the Greek Police released me yesterday :-)!


The new colour scheme makes you look younger, so young in fact that I thought I happened upon an old Orphaned blog you once had in your youth!

Jings, Jamie! What did you do?! Plane spotting again?! Don't worry. Fraser's helping me out. Thanks again

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