Congratulation! This is so cool; I like what Graham said about your
blog and definitely agree with him on many things he mentioned,
except that on the blog width.He said: "My only criticism is that
the blog is too wide - it's not possible to read everything without
scrolling right and left, which is a little uncomfortable." I
personally didn't have this problem, during any of my semi-regular
visits to your blog. I don't know, but it could be related to the
screen size, in Graham's case.I learned recently, that a web-page
with a frame can be best viewed if the width of the frame is not
more or less than 450 pixles.So,this could be a reason, but you can
also check, or maybe, other webheads could tell us something on this
BTW, my message is late because I had serious tech. troubles with my
DSL modem,and have been using a 56k modem, since last
Tuesday.Eventually, last night,my ISP managed to fix it.Besides, my
problem of accessing yahoo mail continued, and I feel so lucky today
to have managed signing in my email account from the first time.
"Teresa Almeida d'Eca" <tmvaz@m...> wrote:
> Hi everyone!
> During the last week of July, following a posting by Nik Peachey
(British Council) in TESLCA-L, I had a lively discussion with Nik
and then with Graham Stanley (also British Council) about blogs and
my teacher-student blog (Graham calls it a class blog).
> Graham is researching blogs for an upcoming workshop he was
invited to do. He analyzed my blog and came up with a very
interesting and comprehensive analysis/dissection. It's at his blog
page - July 30, 2003 entry:
> If you're interested in blogs, you're welcome to add comments to
his blog. And why not join the British Council's "Search English"
(you need to log in)
> Then, click on Forums > Blogs in ELT > Blogs as reading or writing
practice. You will find the messages Nik and I exchanged as well as
a message from Barbara (Bee) Dieu.
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