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From the mail ( On lawyers. On layouting)

From the mail ( On lawyers. On layouting)

From “plaridel” at plaridel.wordpress.com on the previous post, “Justice del Castillo’s defenses in the plagiarism complaint”:

Quote “well said…” close-quote.

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from blog admin:

shucks — Thanks! (Midas doesn’t agree, the Supreme Court thru him warned lawyers yesterday from commenting!).

xxx

From “hello” (no blogsite):

On the archived post, “The Buzz” (of Boy Abunda), ABS-CBN Ch.2 takes on the paparazzi and “wardrobe malfunction”:

Quote “change the background picture, or rather the color of the font.. it’s really hard to read.” close-quote.

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from blog admin:

Hi, “hello” (name of the commenter)! Oh, on the archived posts. I know, i’ve seen it long before. In those instances, you could put the cursor and click all over the text — it lights up (highlights) and the text pops out (brings out the text), and becomes vivid. i do the layout only of the latest post, because the blog has daily readers. It’s too tedious to review and re-layout, or change the font, of all the previous posts (more than half a thousand posts) everytime i change the background picture. i like this WordPress theme/ template — it  allows the blog to choose and change the wall/ tile/ background of the page depending on the content of the latest post; lets the blog pick the color, make, and size of the font; and gives flexible width for the content photos. Because i like layouting a page. And the blog uses mostly all-original photos. (and based on stats for latest posts, it works naman). Don’t like to give up layouting  the page of present posts to maintain the look of previous posts, because anyway there’s a remedy (you can put the cursor all over the text, thanks). Don’t worry,  a dozen or so posts ago, blog admin learned to just put the font in bold face everytime to make the text pop out regardless of background photo. Sweetie, thanks for visiting and writing! Love from the struggling layout artist

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