At the beginning of the summer I decided to switch themes so I decided to try a few of them. I started off intending to do a new theme every 3 weeks and to live with them awhile. Instead I ended up using Fictive all summer.
I think it’s pretty and it moves all the links to the left hand column which I think a good thing. Unfortunately I had to add the search box, the page links – which I put a lot of information on my pages – don’t show, and I don’t like trying to get from one post to another. So I may be back, but I’m going to go ahead and try the next one.
The current theme is called Flounder. What I like about this one from the get go is how the pages are separated out from the rest of the stuff. I don’t like the set up at the top as well as Fictive. But we’ll try living with it.
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