FIND ETTUDIS THEMES IN TWO EASY STEPS!
Alternate title: FINDING ETTUDIS THEMES 101
Alter-alternate title: FINDING ETTUDIS THEMES FOR DUMMYS
“I love your themes but where the **** are the codes?”
Honestly, I’m not really a fan of profanity especially when it’s not something serious. But this is an example of the dozens of messages I’ve been getting regarding “finding my themes”. I honestly don’t understand why it’s so hard to find them. Maybe because I’ve been designing too long so I’ve become blind to new internet users/surfers that only come from tumblr and can’t navigate outside of simple tumblr menu links? Idk.
I mean, I get it if the menu links have special effects that make it hard to find (like my last design) but I’m pretty sure it’s common sense that it would be under “content”? So, tell me, is my design really that difficult to navigate or are people just not reading/searching hard enough?
This is a serious question btw. And please ignore my snarkiness, don’t take it personally, I’m just very surprised about the messages. Anyhow, since many people are asking, let me make it clear how to find my themes…
1. On the ETTUDIS website, click the link labeled “content” as circled in yellow as shown below:
2. There will be a drop-down including a series of other links. Click the one labeled “tumblr themes” and you will be taken to a list of all themes by Ettudis
I hope this will make everyone’s lives easier.
Owner of Ettudis
I wish everyone a splendid new year! Hope everyone’s holiday was fabulous. I finally got around to updating the design for the site, it’s a bit reminiscent of my old style (?). I haven’t been designing things as much because the course load at school has increased. I don’t know how much time I will have in the next year but I will keep the site around regardless of whether I have things to update or not.
1 tumblr theme