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It is a truth almost certainly universally acknowledged that, in so far as Film Studies For Free is known at all, it is known for its content rather than for its distinctly generic design. But some (long-overdue) design and layout changes are definitely on the horizon in the new year.
This website will almost certainly be adopting what’s known in Blogger‘s jargon as a ‘Dynamic Views‘ format, just as soon as some of the gremlins and limitations of this new system are ironed out. The most pressing issue to resolve first will be to find out how to accommodate the veritable riches of FSFF‘s standalone pages and sidebar content in the new format.
In the meantime, FSFF would like to offer its readers the chance to express a preference for any of the basic options that it is considering for its makeover. If you click on the links below, you can see how this blog would look in the different dynamic views on offer.
Your own dynamic views on this matter would be most appreciated. So, if you have any preferences, or indeed any other thoughts to express about the future look and functionality of FSFF, please leave them in a comment below or email this blog.
- Classic: A modern twist on a traditional template, with infinite scrolling and images that load as you go
- Flipcard – Site photos are tiled across the page and flip to reveal the post title
- Magazine – A clean, elegant editorial style layout
- Mosaic – A mosaic mix of different sized images and text
- Sidebar – An email inbox-like view with a reading page for quick scrolling and browsing
- Snapshot – An interactive pinboard of posts
- Timeslide – A horizontal view of posts by time period