I’m really excited! I was out of the office from Wednesday afternoon through til Thursday night and I received an email while I was gone that my requests were fulfilled!
A few months ago when this talented guy, David with Pro Sign Effex (ph: 337-377-7309), created my new logo, I fell in love with this tourquoise color that complimented the black of the writing and silver of the butterfly emblem. I then decided to wanted to “re-vamp” my site to match my new design, but never got around to doing so until recently.
So… along with some fresh new images, the colors and adjustments (menu bar reduced, and moved below the window, b/g color changed, etc.) have been done! Over the next few days, I’ll still be updating some of the areas, but as of now, the children’s section and engagement section have been done. The wedding area has a few new images, but many many more to come! The bridal section will slowly be re-done as well, but I have tons of images that cannot be officially posted until after their big day! (Blog posting has been approved by all brides!)
To finalize this post (that was supposed to be rather short), I wanted to give directions to anyone who is not able to view these new changes. I use Windows Vista, but this same action should apply to all versions of Firefox, regardless of your Windows program…
**If the website does not look exactly as it does above, please do this quick and easy action and it will be fixed!** (Internet Explorer uploaded the new site easily, but I primarily use Firefox and the “cache” had to be cleared. The cache is like history… it remembers where you went and may not let you load all of the new settings…)
On the Firefox toolbar, find “Tools”. Click on “Clear Private Data”.
Uncheck all boxes except “Cache”. Hit “Clear Private Data Now”.
Re-open the website and voila! It should be fixed!
ONE last thing… I’ve had a lot of clients ask me lately, “What is the name of your song on your site? How did you find it?”
The song is “Ordinary Miracle” by Sarah McLauchlan.
It’s off the soundtrack of “Charolette’s Web”.
My mom found it off of XM Radio, heard it many times, but finally listened to words just once and couldn’t stop thinking about it. It’s absolutely beautiful. If you have a minute, and haven’t done so already, refresh the site, turn up the volume, and listen to the words. I couldn’t imagine displaying my images with a more beautiful song.
Have a great weekend. 🙂