I wish more of the free blog templates had larger text – my eyes are in bad shape, and reading small text causes an inordinate amount of strain – by mid afternoon I can barely read. I’m also looking for a different format for this and my dream blog, again to find a bigger default text, as I am not ready to go for the customization, at least not at this point. This theme, Matale, isn’t too bad, the text size is decent enough, and I like how colorful it is, but it’s actually a bit too colorful, as I want to eventually post images in this blog, and I find images work best with fewer distractions. Anyway, if it starts changing around over the next while, it’s because I’m experimenting.
I have noticed some of the newer templates do have a slightly larger text size, perhaps people are listening? That’s a good thing. Meanwhile, by the time I finish my morning mail and other things and am ready to start searching through the templates, I really can’t see very well. *sigh* Which is why it’s taking me so long (or so it seems to me) to get this and the other blog started and formatted like I want. I know I can change headers and all kinds of things, depending on which template I choose, but I don’t really have anything I want to use at the moment to replace them, and am reading through the directions and support articles, which, again, throws my eyes for a loop after awhile.
I do want to say thank you to all those working in support and on the forums – great info, I just have to hang in there. Slowly but surely I am figuring out what to look for in a template, and what it means when I read different terms in association with them – like reflexive width, blogroll, etc. Slowly but surely.
The good news is, I have ordered new glasses, expressly for the PC, so I am hoping that will help.
Meanwhile, I’ve got all the tuits I need, I just have to get my eyes in order.