Rome wasn't built in a day

Rome wasn't built in a day, right? You may have noticed that the blog was locked for viewing since yesterday evening whilst I compiled the massively modernised new look.

What are the benefits of the new look?
-Easy to see posts by an image
-Fast sharing of posts from the homepage
-Easier to use and easier to read
-Easier to view on mobile devices

Understandably, it may take some getting used to - but if you need any help or advice, or spot a technical glitch please do get in touch!

A few different things...
-To read a post in full, click the "Read" button at the bottom of the photo cards
-To view the archives, blog roll and sidebar widgets, click into a post or scroll to the bottom of the blog
-Click the box in the bottom right of the page to head straight from where you are back to the top of the page

You may have also noticed the striking new fleetlists design which went live just before Christmas day!
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About Kieran Smith

Norwich Buses Blog was founded in December 2013 by Sam Larke after he left another popular blog, Norwich Bus Page. Since it's launch, the site has grown dramatically, especially whilst written solely by Kieran Smith during 2015. The blog is now in it's third year and we look forward to more success and growth in the future. If you think you'd make a good writer for Norwich Buses Blog, please do get in touch via email:
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  1. Lots of blank space so is the page not all loading or is deliberate?

    1. No, give it long enough and a icon shows up with a logo and comments button. Just loads slower than the old design.

  2. Hi, the new design is much cleaner and follows recent trends in web design. If you have managed to comment is should be fully loaded, but if you are concerned it isn't please email and I can show you exactly how it should look!

    1. its fully loaded, only lots of gaps around date heading. anyway thanks for help

  3. Refreshing. Keep up the good work. Certainly appreciated by me here in North Carolina.