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Here are a few suggestions for improvement for the 1.x version (don’t like much 2.x):
Remove the italics from BLOCKQUOTE. The indentation, left border and gray text are enough of a highlight.
The green “Search” field is too flashy. How about plain gray? OTOH, this is almost like a branding element for Cutline, so I understand if you’d like to keep it.
Would be great if the topmost pages were listed in the top menu, along with the link to FRONT PAGE. Why the default (broken) link to Archives?
Love the 404 page! I would maybe put the “Easy, tiger. This is a 404 page.” title in red. Come to think of it, not everyone knows what a 404 is, maybe there should be a clear “Page not found” message too.
Please mention the author in the post pages meta-data line.
To further clean things up, I would have the Tags Iine just under the meta-data line.
Please remove the “Comments” link from the meta-data line, having it at the end is great and enough.
More about the meta-data line: I think it would look bette in Arial or another sans-serif font, and in regular, not italic fonts.
I would love it if each post had a wrapper div in the posts list and on the post page. It would be awesome if each one of these divs had a class="category1 category2 tag1 tag2" atached to them.
Seems to me the feed links are hard-coded to the root URL, so a plugin like FeedBurner FeedSmith doesn’t work properly.
So, thanks for Cutline, Chris! It’s the cleanest theme out there and a pleasure to use. I only wish it wasn’t so popular, seems like more and more bloggers are adopting it :-)
Moved from Movable Type to WordPress. I first started blogging on b2, which kinda sucked back then. The way WordPress evolved is simply wonderful. Migration was fairly easy, Google it.
Moved to timbru.com, at the root. It was fun living at /jurnal for a while and I added more blogs and projects along, but the root is simply more l33t. Now the projects are moved to their own domains and timbru.com remains the reference.
I’ve set up redirects for the older links, but some of them will be broken. I don’t care.
Using a pre-made template with a few adjustments for extra “zenitude”. More about this in a future post.