Friday, January 06, 2006

html can be a bad thing some times

So I thought about trying a template for your ring and so far I like it but the post are doing this weired gap-thing if ya'll (so I am from the south) have any suggestions they please help.

9 comments:

Gannet Girl said...

Anonymous, I think you have put my url as the link under Reverend Mother's name.

St. Casserole said...

For some reason, it's important to me to know WHO started this blog. Who are you, (other than God's own child)?

Quotidian Grace said...

I'm with St. Cassarole. While I understand the desire to be anonymous online, you could give us a general description of yourself as most of us do on our blogs.

I think that would help your efforts to build the webring. Please think about it.

By the way, st cass and I are both southerners,too!

Miranda said...

I had resently joined the RevGalBlogPal ring and noticed how many other denominations have rings. Since I am currently unemployed, leaving me with extra time on my hands I thought that it would be neat to start one for us Presbyterians. I not entirely sure why I chose to be anonymous, I guess I didn’t want it to be about me.

Thought I have been blogging for over three years, I am new to this whole ring thing and I was not sure exactly how this all works. Any suggestions, comments, ect are welcome and I would say even encouraged. I really don’t want this to about me or one person. I just want a way for us Presbyterian Bloggers to connect with one another.

Farcical (formally known as anonymous)

Quotidian Grace said...

It's a great idea and thanks for telling us a little about yourself and giving us a blog name. Thanks for your efforts!

Becky Ardell Downs said...

Hi! thanks for the invite-- hello all you fellow presbys and webgalpals-- I don't know why it does that little gap thing sometimes but you're right, it's annoying. Surely someone out there knows how to fix it?

St. Casserole said...

Miranda, thanks for introducing yourself!
I think having "time on your hands" is a most interesting experience. Thanks for doing this work while you have it!

Michael W. Kruse said...

Thanks for creating the ring, Miranda. It is refreshing to see that there are Presbyterians among us who can have a vision and create something without first convening a taskforce. *grin* Thanks for taking the time sort out html junk.

Quotidian Grace said...

Miranda,
Congratulations! You fixed it! The blog page looks great. Thanks so much for your efforts.