Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Hunh. Magic template change.

So now suddenly all the links are bright blue and underlined. They weren't that way, I didn't change anything — but regardless, ba-bang, it changed itself.

I don't remember how to change it back.

So... what do you think? Prefer? Hate? Don't care?

UPDATE:
Obama hosed my template (see the meta). All better now.

20 comments:

Michael said...

I read through a feed-reader to avoid such shannagins.

Jay said...

Prefer? Hate? Don't care?

I'll take Door Number 3, Monty.

Mesa Mike said...

Dunno what y'all are seeing. The links are still red to me. They only go blue and underlined when the pointer is hovering over them, which I thought was always the case, but to tell you the truth I don't really recall.


Door number 3 for me, too.

Al said...

I like...

I also imagine you doing 'jazz hands' as you say the word magic.

al sends

Mesa Mike said...

Oh, hey!
The links are still red when I use Firefox 3.5.1, but blue and underlined when I use Internet Explorer 6.0.2900.2180.xpsp_sp2_qfe.090206-1239.

This is a paradox, therefore bibchr.blogspot.com doesn't exist.

Kaffinator said...

In chrome they are the beautiful shade of Bibby-Chai Blue. Prefer!

CR said...

I was wondering about that. Why don't you just ask Phil. He knows everything.

Mesa Mike said...

Dan, the problem appears to be caused by something you copied and pasted in the Obama Birth Certificate post that's over riding the default behavior.

Mike Riccardi said...

Personally, I prefer the red links. With the blue background it's a lot of blue.

But I just don't like change in general.

DJP said...

It would be ironic if it were the Obama thing. I don't know how it would do that.

But I'll go fiddle.

DJP said...

Well slap my face and call me goofy. MMike was right.

Obama hosed my template.

All better, now.

Goodness!

Mesa Mike said...

The socialist gremlins are everywhere!

Herding Grasshoppers said...

I'm using Firefox... the links appear blue and underlined when I hover over them.

I'll read your blog either way :0)

And how did the weekend of writing go?

Julie

Stan McCullars said...

Obama hosed my template.

Have you looked at his health care plan?
;)

DJP said...

Julie, success! I finished my first draft, and sent it off to three select readers. Now I await their feedback.

I've only thought of one major thing to add, which I plan to send to them later today or tomorrow.

sem said...

Stan:
Funny. Rush is calling it Sub-Prime Health Care. Aptly named, I'd say.

Dan:
Congratulations, you writing machine!

threegirldad said...

I blame George W. Bush.

Herding Grasshoppers said...

Go, Dan, Go!

(Which is better than, "Go, Dog, Go", though a classic.)

Rachael Starke said...

Oh man. If that's what a letter from third-level Administration office can do, just imagine the havoc that will be unleashed when the first Obama-mobile hits the roads.

CR said...

Whoa, this O-Letter things is real freaky.