Black and White Formatting - page 2
by Ruby Vee
What does everyone think? I truly, deeply miss my navy blue comic sans font.... Read More
- 1Aug 13, '12 by Ruby VeeQuote from JBuddI don't like those, either.I never really used the colors, but liked being able to use them for emphasis....
What I want to know is, why we suddenly have big black bolded bulletin banners at the top of threads? I open it and feel like I'm being yelled at.
(Imagine this in navy blue comic sans)
- 3Aug 13, '12 by Spidey's mom GuideIt doesn't matter to me. I used color when I bolded something in a person's post that I was responding to but that's it. My sig line was in blue but no biggie.
I've been here since 2001 . . . . lots of changes, folks make their gripes known, life goes on.
Thanks for the explanation Joe.
- 2Aug 13, '12 by NRSKarenRN AdminBolded intro sentences is for easier search engine pickup. Thankfully, we have an IT Admin who keeps up with the latest in SEO (search engine optimization) so we can remain #1 spreading the word about the nursing profession.
- 0Aug 13, '12 by woohQuote from GrnTeaNote: to get full impact of this message, it should display in Comic Sans, green. Thank you.Quote from Ruby VeeY'all are awesome! :redpinkhe(Imagine this in navy blue comic sans)
Quote from Joe VWe decided to remove COLOR (as it is not needed)Quote from GrnTeaI think GrnTea makes a good point. I've seen her explanations using the red and blue, and it does help. Perhaps could just limit the colors to the magic ones that are on every color computer made since the days of the TRS-80s? Of course, I guess people would take advantage of that...I also used to use red and blue when illustrating blood flow through the heart and lungs, and that's gone too.