Want to know how to make over your blog?

Simple, change the font and change the look.

I wasn’t real happy with the look of my blog, so that’s what I’ve done, tried out different fonts. Like with my living room, which by the way drives my husband nuts I like to shift things around every now and again.

Think I’ve found some keepers, at least for now. Futura PT and FF Meta Serif. Let me know if you think the overall look is an improvement or not or you can’t tell or even if you don’t remember. LOL

My apologies if while I was shifting fonts around you were bombarded by flickers from my blog.

Hmm, does WordPress send out an update every time I change something on my page?

Yikes! I hope not, that could get annoying.

But, like y’all I want my blog to look the best it possibly can. How do you decide which fonts look best? Sometimes the default font that comes with the theme is perfect. Other times, meh…

If you’re looking to spice things up, consider changing your dusty old font.

Check out the following posts to see what fonts are trending.

Oh, yeah fonts trend.

Font Recommendation Top 10 Lists for 2017 · Typewolf

10 Dazzling Web Font Combinations

50 Modern Fonts to Give Your Designs a Contemporary Feeling 

I’d love to know what other bloggers do, so tell me…

Have you thought about tweaking your blog? About changing the fonts?

Do you change-up the look of your blog often, or never or somewhere in-between?


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14 thoughts on “Want to know how to make over your blog?

  1. I used to make web graphics about ten years ago so, on occasion, I will go look at fonts in hopes of finding one I truly love–which never happens. I think it is important for the font to be easy to read and easy on the eyes as far as design. If a font is too flamboyant, it will detract from what the letters are saying to the reader. Right now I am using the Ubuntu font on my blog. It is one in the list provided by WordPress.

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