With a brief post, I alerted the subscribed visitors of the pending change to the site appearance and it is already done. I have been using the StudioPress Genesis framework with one of their child themes that essentially provides the external appearance. I wanted to change to a child theme that provided a little more visual presentation and interest and chose a Genesis child theme from a third party developer. Although the appearance is quite appealing, I found their support seriously lacking, every question a chargeable item. I managed to find ways around the obstacles and the site looks about 95% of what I envisioned, and I am willing to live with the missing 5%. For these reasons, I am not going to promote the theme or its developer. But the Genesis framework and StudioPress will remain my WordPress theme solution and I may go through this change once more in a few months when I have a StudioPress theme picked.
The visible changes are on the home page, the post archive presentations, and the missing sidebar. As I find interesting things on the Web, I will write short posts about them and present them on the home page. Depending on what I find or what catches my attention, some of these posts may contain more than one tidbit in a post. When I publish these, I will suppress the new post notification to reduce the number of alerts you may receive.
Each post and page is presented with the content for easy reading. I am entertaining the idea of periodic, say daily or weekly single photograph posts. Most likely there will be no text in these posts and they will not generate post alerts either. I don’t want to inundate your inbox with these alerts. If and when this happens, there will be a link to see them either on the main menu or on the home page layout.
If you have any suggestions for topics, subjects, tools, etc. for me to write about feel free to write them in the comments below. And, thank you for being a visitor or subscriber of Kept Light Photography.