My little disclaimer about this site


Okay, so I realize that it is important to stay consistant when starting a new site. I also realize since starting this blog that I have changed this blog’s design and theme at least four-five times since it’s inception.  My bad; I know…

So why do I change the design of this site so much? Well, for starters I just haven`t been very happy with the themes I have been choosing. Each WordPress theme has its quirks that can drive me up the wall somtimes. Some theme layouts may look great in my computer`s brower, but looks like crap on my mobile device. I prefer responsive layouts so the design stays the same from computer to mobile and not the ugly generic mobile version that is offered as an optional feature.

Other things like limited ability to customize the look of the theme can be a killbuzz. I also may be in love with a themes color pallette one day and the next day the colors hurts my eyes just to look at them. So to recap, I am obsessed with my site looking good across all platforms and I like adding my own pizazz to my blog with the perfect color pallete. So alas, I keep searching for the perfect one.

So today’s post includes a little disclaimer about this site. Yes, I did yet again change the theme of this blog, and
yes, this is the sixth time I have changed my mind. That`s what this disclaimer boils down to- as long as the name of my blog and all the other pages and elements stay consistent, I am exercsing my right to change the design as many times as I need to until I find the right one. Feel free to blame WordPress for making it too damn easy for me to change my mind at a click of a button.

Until the next theme post…



  1. Yeah, when I started, I bounced around a few different themes. Then, I had to find some way to tweak it a bit. I couldn’t stand it anymore. I completely understand! I like the last line. I wish the best of luck in all your blogging endeavors for 2014! 😉

    1. deniellenoe says:

      Thanks for the encouragement. I am glad I am not the only one out there that experiences this dilemma 🙂

  2. Anita says:

    I feel your pain! I can’t even count the number of times I’ve changed the theme for one reason or another. (I’ve even used this one.) It’s really frustrating, but to me, not worth the extra $$ for the ease of customization. So, I’ve decided I’m most likely just going to get a new site for my WP blogs. But, goodness knows when that will happen. Yikes! Good luck on your search for the perfect, or at least workable, theme.

  3. zabethmarsh says:

    As an artist I think your likes and dislikes will change and evolve with your mood and artwork. It is important to create artwork but then it becomes important to present it in a format and display you like. I don’t care if you change it 10 times a day as long as you think each change is an improvement. It is another expression of your mood.

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