Not everyone has the same set up as I do with regard to our computers. I have my monitor set at a fairly high resolution and I also have a wide screen. This renders things differently from what you may be seeing and I'd rather post in a format that makes it friendly to a majority.
I know little about blog formats and less about computers in general so if you could help me out with some insight that would be awesome.
I was wondering if the pictures I post render properly for you.
Are they too big pixel-wise, do they end up looking too big for the post width?
Are they too big format-wise, do they take a long time to load?
I like looking at pictures and so I tend to create posts that are photo heavy. This requires a lot of scrolling for you and in one of the articles I read this can create a lag issue and it is annoying if someone wants to refer back to a specific post. Earlier posts get lost under the newer ones. Is scrolling and scrolling and scrolling annoying?
Is there anything else you're running into that makes reading here annoying to the eyes or difficult to over look when reading?
I'm not referring to content but constructive criticism is welcome on that front as well.
If you don't want to leave a comment but have some input from which I could benefit email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I'll back (back?? seriously? *sigh* Of course I mean BAKE) you some cookies as a thank you. Or granola.
I don't want to come back here and see zero posts. So try to think of something. Deal?