If you’ve visited our Blog recently, you may have noticed some changes. I’ve been messing around with the UK Tights Blog, and I thought it was time to give her a lick of paint and some new threads. So I’ve decided to changed our theme!
And if you’re a mere mortal, not familiar with the dark art of Blogging, you probably won’t know what I mean by a “theme”. Not to worry, I’ll explain.
1. We’re Prettier!
Themes change the way your Blog looks. The new theme we’re using is an exciting design package called Thesis. If you’re like me (a nerd), you’ll know that Thesis is famed for having a clean, fresh and uncluttered look about it. Everything is well ordered, simple and hassle-free. This means my Blog is going to be even more of a pleasure to read!
2. We’re Quicker!
The ultra-nerds amongst you may be familiar with a little thing called HTML. Basically, this is the language of the internet. It’s the building blocks of every website. With a good theme, your website or Blog can be upgraded quickly, without messing about with all those ones and zeros! This means if there’s a problem, it gets fixed quicker. If the site is slow, it’ll load faster. And it means that I can spend more time writing quality content for my readers. It’s all good!
3. We’re Just Easier to Get Along With!
With Thesis, I can change stuff around in just a few minutes. Everything is is how I want it. So now, my mission is to make everything easier to read, easier to search and easier to navigate. UK Tights likes doing as much of the work for our customers as we can. I want my readers to spend less time trying to get to where they’re going and more time enjoying themselves!
So Here We Go
I’m still making a few changes, but it’s starting to come together. I love anything minimalist, so I find a design like this very appealing. You might think differently. So why not let us know what you think of the new direction I’m taking in the comments below. If you’ve got suggestions, criticisms and thoughts you’d like to express, I’d like to hear them!
I hope you’ll take me up on that!