Letters & Journals Blog Moving
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Big changes are happening with the Letters & Journals blog! After 16 months on the blogger platform, I’ve decided to move it to the L&J website so that the blog and website can be the same. I was hesitant at first since I’m so comfortable with the layout and functions on the Google blogger, but as I spend more time on the website, it makes sense to combine them into one place. I will post in both places for a few weeks to give people some notice and, for those who visit regularly (Thank you!) some time to change their links or bookmarks.
The website is taking some time to adjust to as is the monthly e-newsletter, LetterNews. Deciding where things live (topics and stories), how to get them to display as I expect them to, adding photos, changing fonts, etc. I’m trying a new format for the August newsletter and will see how it works with the full stories in the newsletter. That will be ready this weekend or early next week.
(Image is courtesy of Salvatore Vuono.)
Please keep an RSS feed so I can continue to follow you on Reader! I'd hate to miss any of your posts.
Nice integration, Jackie! I can't seem to post any comments on the new blog. It says I have to be logged in, but I don't have a WordPress account. Just a heads up!
Thanks. You don't need to have a wordpress account, you just need to register for the L&J site. It says 'Wordpress' in big letters on the page so I can see why you might think that, but it's only site registration, which, I admit, could be more user friendly. I appreciate the feedback. Thanks!