Blogging 101 – Keep personalizing ….

per·son·al·ize
ˈpərs(ə)nəˌlīz/
verb
past tense: personalized; past participle: personalized
  1. 1.
    design or produce (something) to meet someone’s individual requirements.
    “the wedding invitations will be personalized to your exact requirements”
    synonyms: customize, individualize

    “products that can be personalized to your requirements”
    • make (something) identifiable as belonging to a particular person, especially by marking it with their name or initials.
      “personalized license plates”
  2. 2.
    cause (something, especially an issue, argument, or debate) to become concerned with personalities or feelings rather than with general or abstract matters.
    “the mass media’s tendency to personalize politics”
    It’s obvious that the task is to the definition 1.1..
    Some of the suggestions are:
    create and upload a simple header, background, or both. Already done? Try a custom widget. 
    The header was already in place, The background was a simple green grey.My new site background is from Brazilian artist Tom Veiga called
    Sem título-3Garopaba Abencoada A place on north coast of Brazil. Fernando_de_NoronhaThis piece shown here,  by the same artist. Is Fernando de Noronha, from Tom’s series of Waves Surf Art. They can be found at his website, http://www.tomveiga.com – well worth a visit, I would say.
    The other part of today’s Blogging 101 challenge was to create a custom widget. Something I may tinker with a bit later? Would not say, I’m in love with widgets. I’m more used to them being in cans of beer.
     

3 thoughts on “Blogging 101 – Keep personalizing ….

  1. I enjoy your phrasing, your voice flows very nicely. I also appreciate the images you selected. Thank you for inserting the link to Tom Veiga. I will certainly visit the site. I like reading your blog. Good Job Kind Regards Cheryle

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