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May 24, 2008 / lazybug

Should I…

change the theme of my blog?

The one that is most attractive is K2-Lite. It retains most of the features of my current theme, Cutline. Simple layout, predominantly white, custom header and the general relief it brings to the readers’ eyes. But the one thing that it adds is the font. I am not much happy with the font in Cutline. It looks a bit odd in the sidebar. K2 also shows my tag line, ‘blogging for the heck of it’ (hidden in Cutline). That said, I don’t quite like the placement of tags and categories below the title. In Cutline, they appear at the end.

K2-lite preview

Like all bloggers, or at least most of them, I someday wish to shift to my own domain. But that’s far-off. Till then I’ll have to make do with the limitations that a free blog brings with it. Such suckers we freebie-hunters are.

Anyway, your opinions and inputs from are much appreciated, although I cannot assure action.

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  1. Chittaranjan / May 24 2008 7:41 pm

    “Cannot assure action” toh kaiko poochre 👿

    Try Simpla, Neat, Regulus and Journalist also. All are light and good-on-the-eyes.

  2. lazybug / May 25 2008 7:01 am

    Simpla and Neat are god. Regulus does not have custom header, journalist has the similar font as Cutline. 😐

  3. Chittaranjan / May 25 2008 9:05 am

    “god” 😐

    And Journalist font is a point smaller than the Cutline font IMHO. Try it out and we’ll see for ourselves 😛

  4. Sushobhan / May 27 2008 11:05 am

    Nice pic. Yeah, the rain was a relief but the sun sprung up immediately after it ended. Then came the humidity…

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