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Welcome to My Redesigned Website

I hope you enjoy my new website. It’s got a ways to go yet visually, but most importantly, it is “responsive”, meaning that you can now use it on mobile devices without having to zoom in and pan around on the page – that is so 2012!

The biggest change for you to get used to is that my blog is no longer the homepage of my site. My goals on the homepage are to draw visitors’ attention to my three main offerings – my comprehensive video training, my newsletter with many free benefits, and my blog.

You’ve made it to my blog, but do visit the homepage occasionally and scroll down to the bottom to see some featured articles that I will regularly change to draw you to what I consider to be valuable content on the site that doesn’t get much attention otherwise.

 

You can also access my blog by clicking on “Blog” in the top menu bar on any page.

If you encounter any issues or have any feedback that you’d like to share, you may leave a comment below or submit it privately on my contact page.

Thank you for bearing with me through this transition!

2017-08-09T15:52:47+00:00 August 3rd, 2017|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Les Howard August 4, 2017 at 7:39 am - Reply

    Hi Laura. I like the new , cleaner design of your website. It seems fairly easy to navigate and find articles as well. I noticed that the font that is used was too small for me to read easily on my MacBook using the Safari browser. I tried switching over to Firefox and the font was considerably larger and easier to read. I’m using the latest versions of both browsers. After investigating further, I found that both browsers have preference settings to control the smallest type size they will display. I had it set to 16 in Firefox but only 14 in Safari. I set it to 18 in both browsers and the problem went away.

    So if any other users are having the same problem, here’s how they can fix it. In Safari, go to Preferences > Advanced then check the Accessibility checkbox and select the smallest font you want to use.

    In Firefox, go to Preferences > Content then Fonts & Colors select the default font and size you want to use; the Advanced box gives some additional controls like allowing websites to control the fonts.

    I hope your readers find that helpful, especially the older ones like me who have to deal with eyesight problems.

    • Laura Shoe August 4, 2017 at 1:57 pm - Reply

      Thank you for your feedback, Les, and for sharing this tip! There are some aspects of font size control with this new theme that I am still trying to get a handle on. I’m really glad that you can control the minimum yourself though.

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