Colors are really of peak interest to me. Meeting someone who is colorblind is very difficult and confusing to me as I can’t bring myself to get a clear imagining of what that would be like.
Recently, I highlighted blogs and websites displaying custom colors and custom fonts, which you can enable on your own site with a Custom Design upgrade. Today, let’s look at a free way to easily transform your site: a custom background.
If chosen carefully, a custom background can reveal a lot about your site’s focus, as well as your overall aesthetic. I asked a few users about the backgrounds they’ve uploaded to their sites, and how they chose them:
Cynthia, the writer and photographer behind Gherkins & Tomatoes, Biscuits & Gravy, focuses on the cuisine and rich history of the American South. Her background caught my eye immediately — it enhances and unifies her image-oriented site.
Tell us about your custom background. Why did you choose it?
I downloaded this background from GRSites, which has all sorts of textures. I love the tiled…
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