Friday, November 14, 2008

WTF happened to my blog colors?

So I woke up this morning and the colors on my blog had all changed. I've tried to search through blogger help to find out how to change them back & have not gotten any answers. Short of changing/updating my template (which will cause a bunch of other problems), I'm not sure what I can do. I'd like the blue backgroun back again but what I really want is to be able to read the title of the blog! Perhaps some kind blogger out there has some suggestions.

BTW, expect a new post this weekend. Also, if you haven't checked the links list recently I've been adding links for a lot of great, new blogs as well as some weird, not-so-great ones.


Subcomandante Marcos said...

'fraid I can't help you with whats happened to your blogs colour scheme..? but I'm looking forward to any new post you have planned :)

Subcomandante Marcos said...

..I just remembered something.

'Yellow Autumn - Children of the Mist, Vala vc 4599 - 1977'

I was listening to Joseph Pusey recently & reading up on him discovered the above associated band. I found an incomplete rip on the internet & wondered if you had this (complete) album amongst your collection?

Jukebox said...

I have to say I quite like it, even if it was done without your knowledge. Black text on white is much easier on my old eyes. LOL

Max said...

No luck on the Yellow Collection but I'll keep an eye out for it.

Also, I've made some progress with the colors--the blog title was a light (unreadable grey) and is now a darker hue & I managed to change the post titles from yellow to dark blue. I'm having to use trial & error to navigate the changes since blogger doesn't seem to have more detailed info on changing templates done in the old style.

Anonymous said...

Many thankx for all, i like your "new look". Thanks also for Bill Tinker - Inside Out!!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Max, Would love to send an email,but can't find a link. Your site is GREAT!! I am trying to get in touch with John Campo aka St.George. I was the other half of the duo. The years have flown by and the arrangements still make me wince. The final results were so far from the original intent that the tempo was always a beat off. At least Kapp finally agreed not to call me Sunshine,(how humiliating and sickenly sweet!).

Max said...

Hi "Tana,"
Sorry that Blogspot took down the link for email, although I understand why they did so since I still get lots of spam. If you want me to forward your email to John, leave another comment with your email address in it. I won't publish it but will instead forward the message to him. That way no one's email is displayed publically. While I'm sure your criticisms off your work are legit, let me just say that I still really enjoyed the record. Thanks for your performance.