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A very quick (unexpected!) change to the look of the site... what do you think?

Hi Folks

Well, that was unexpected! We're currently looking into what happened, but we just had a very quick change to the look of the site!

For those who glimpsed the previous khaki and purple version (?!) hopefully this is a decent substitute while we establish what happened to the original template (hackers or Ning changes?).

In the meantime, I suppose this is as good a time as any to let us know what you think!

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Without asking Scarlett what she did, it looked like she just took 4 or 5 photos that she liked and joined them up. Both the headers that you have shown above look good and better to understand with the text overlayed.

I understand Andy's difficulties in getting a slice out of a good photo.

The first banner has good colours and content for the site. Yes, we all did get a bit of excitement out of seeing members photos up the top. Maybe they just need to be featured in a separate spot now? Is that shot of the strawberries etc legal for us to use? Not just something copied off the net?

The second (citrus) banner features a lovely shot of what most people would call a pest so probably not the best choice.

Me too! Thank you Andy, getting the right size pic with the right content plus the right colours and contrast to make it a suitable background is quite a feat.

Let's continue this discussion in the BLF Future's Group so that anyone who may have missed out on contributing so far can join in. 

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Both shots are mine Lissa.  

Good stuff. Then I would vote for the food and cheese version. Rather than the giant pest bug on one variety of plant (much as I like bugs, sorry Gayle).

and the beauty is, it will change every season!  (Hell, I could change it every month, if you folks wanted.)

sounds good! 

i like the first one..... mmmm if i wasnt so bizzy, trying to start up my own business, id help you out and do up a few banners with ya ... but these are good.... mmmm is it possible to add a darker lettering, so the white letters pop out at ya and look like their floating.. [i forget what lettering its called, but so there is a dark letter 'B' with a slightly off centered what letter 'B' sittings on top of the dark 'B'] hope that made sense heehee.

My bug is famous!  

I'd say it is a Cotton Harlequin Bug / Hibiscus Harlequin Bug - Tectocoris diophthalmus

http://www.brisbaneinsects.com/brisbane_stinkbugs/Harlequin.htm It was on the native hibiscus out the front. 

He is indeed Gayle. 

B*** me, now there's a header and now there's not :-( Looks good but is short of the actual page width although it does line up with other columns. Tricky with flexible pages, nothing stays still like print on a paper page.

They specify the header width.  It will adjust to flexible pages. 

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