Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Experimenting with looks? What do you think?

15 comments:

Gene W. (formerly Pin) said...

Nah. Go back to the EF blog. LOL!

rcg said...

You might be surprised that I am not a big fan of change for change's sake. But I can learn to live with it if you can find a way to ensure continuity with the older posts.

Nate said...

Yah, I will third the vote for sticking with the traditional form of the blog...this new form of the blog just looks like people might misinterpret its meaning... :-D

William Meyer said...

I like it best so far with the big photo.

Anonymous said...

How about side by side photos: EF and OF?
That seems it would represent your philosophy best.

~SL

Templar said...

Looks good, you should add this as a subtitle under Southern Orders.

Non nobis Domine, non nobis sed Nomini Tuo DA Gloriam

Or

Annoying Heterodox Liberal Catholics Since 2009

You pick :)

Henry said...

The ad orientem photo would provide a good daily message

William Meyer said...

Wide screen, Father. Good to see folks in the pews, but better to also see clearly the focus of the altar.

Carol H. said...

I like it!

The green stone background is more relaxing to my eyes than the harsh bright white, and the Mass photo was taken during the Cherry Blossom Festival.

Now all you need is a DONATE button to pay for alter rails!

ytc said...

Father, I actually quite like it. It looks Southern, but in a refined Georgian kind of way.

Father Shelton said...

This is beginning to look, and not just sound, like a seriously Catholic blog! Well done.

Anonymous 2 said...

It looks really good!

rcg said...

SL, actually, FrAJM would reflect his philosophy best if the web site looked like Windows 2.3 and ran like Lion.

Anonymous said...

It is most disconcerting, I hesitate to be so nasty as to say "despicable" (a favorite word of my mother's, r.i.p.), to be required to be continually navigating between left visible and right visible in order to read the material. My screen, although usually adequate, is not wide enough for the new format.

Fr. Allan J. McDonald said...

I can adjust it on my end a bit, but there should be a way on your computer to make it smaller to fit it all on the screen.