The last couple of days that I've posted, I've noticed that something's been a wee bit odd.
The LawDog Files has used the heavy blue italic font from Day One. I might even go so far as to opine that the blue italic font is a signature.
How-some-ever, the lat couple of times when I post, the font comes up heavy and italic, but in a most unbecoming shade of charcoal grey. This has forced me to go back to an old post, click over to the HTML editor and search through the confusing HTML stuff until I found the code for the proper shade of blue.
A large amount of trial and error there, I'm here to tell you. More error than trial, I fear.
Today, when I logged-on, I was greeted with: "Try The Updated Blogger Interface!"
Seems that Blogger has decided -- yet again -- to dink around with how we post stuff.
Mindful of the recent drubbing I have taken over the whole smart-phone issue, I decided that while I would not whole-heartedly Embrace Progress, that I should perhaps give it a bit of a go.
Yeah. It sucks.
This shade of blue isn't an option, and when you choose the shade of Disney Blue that Blogger now offers, instead of putting the letters directly on the page (so to speak), it embeds the blue letters in a faint peach-coloured stripe.
Ah,well, sayeth I, I'll just cut an paste the HTML code from an old post.
Apparently when you input "rgb(0, 0, 153)" into the new interface, it changes it to "color: #000099" -- and it isn't the same colour.
Why? Why dink around with something that was working? What is this perverse need that people have to take something that was working perfectly well, and "fix" it?