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  • Webgirl

    #1548

    I recently updated three of the sites I manage to your super Graphene theme. All three sites are Christian ministry oriented. Two of the three sites previously used the standard Twenty Ten theme. Your theme is by far the most superior of all I have used. I look forward to following the future development.

    http://christmycovenant.com/

    http://sovereigngracenh.com

    http://gysloubser.com

    Once again, thank you for your labors!

    Moe

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #16207

    Wow, three different sites, and they all look somewhat different and yet related. I love what you’ve done with the color schemes, especially coordinating between post headings and widget headings. Well done!

    For what it’s worth, here are the sites I use Graphene on:

    Mr. Odle’s Big Bad Book Blog books and young people

    …in some weird postmodern way… my personal blog

    Mr. Odle’s Science Blog just in case I get a science teaching job

    I don’t see eye-to-eye with some of what you’ve posted, but I do agree with you on one important point: Graphene is a great theme! Thanks for sharing!

    Ken

    Moe

    #16208

    Ken,

    Thank you for your kind words. Your sites equally shine. Graphene certainly beats most themes hands down. You mentioned on your Mr. Odle’s Science Blog that you like the PowerPress plugin. I’m going to try it out in the coming weeks.

    Your “eye-to-eye” comment is truly appreciated! The joy of what we do as content publishers is that we, at least a fair number of folks all over this creation, can provide forums for ideas and thought that are not always “eye-to-eye”. We live in a world that is becoming less and less tolerant so let’s treasure the open door we have now before the rug is pulled out from underneath us.

    Moe

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #16209

    Yeah, I really love PowerPress. Jetpack also makes this available, but I love the options that PowerPress has.

    The joy of what we do as content publishers is that we, at least a fair number of folks all over this creation, can provide forums for ideas and thought that are not always “eye-to-eye”. We live in a world that is becoming less and less tolerant so let’s treasure the open door we have now before the rug is pulled out from underneath us.

    Amen, brother! Tolerance leads to listening, which leads to understanding, which leads to peace (both inner and outer). I hope blogging can be a part of that, but a lot of us prefer to preach to the choir.

    You know, I feel a blog post coming on. Time to write!

    Ken

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