Friday, December 01, 2006

Blog House Keeping

One of the nice things about upgrading to the Beta Blogger is that it makes adding links to the side of my blog so much easier. I had been putting off adding all the wonderful folks from Phatmass to my list of links just because it was going to be such a chore. But I took about 15 minutes just not and got it done. I like the tags feature too, I've seen some other blogs with it too, but I wasn't sure before how to get it on mine if I could. I may go back and add the tags for all my past posts if I have time just so I can find specific stuff easier. We'll see, we'll see.

The bad thing is that when I switched templates I lost a lot of the stuff I had inserted on the side like my pictures of Pope Benedict, and Michelle Scarpitta, the Why am I Catholic? video from Youtube (which hadn't been working anyway) and my special linked image to Conservababes.

I will fix them all back up again, but I'm not sure when I'll be getting that done. I'd also like to put a banner up on the top of the blog, but a) I have to make one and b) I'd have to figure out how to do it. All things in time. I am liking the new color of my blog though. I did like the green one that I had been using, but I've been doing a lot of blue lately so I'm happy with this new one.


EC Gefroh said...

Looks good Sunny. Pretty blue. Was it hard to switch over? I am not given the option because I think I have a few blogs on my one account.

catholicandgop said...

Nope, it did it all itself, the only thing you need is a google account which it lets you sign up for. It makes you log in then which your google account, which is sort of lame though.

FloridaWife said...

I made the switch too. Took a wee bit of time (like you said) to bring over some of my sidebar stuff, but I'm also glad I made the switch.

Pretty blue!

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