Featured Images Change
As I’ve developed various series, most named for being about photo-poems, Fine Art America pics, paintings, or photography, etc, they remained fairly self explanatory, with featured images reflecting the posts’ contents.
With more recent series, like My Day Ahead, I gained simplicity of day to day posting, for awhile, but lost the specificities, over time, as the series continued, of what the nuance, or subject of the day was all about.
Even in my current series, Covid-19, the same thing’s happened.
My solution, since it appears the virus is to be with us for awhile, and it’s importance transcends any desire to simply let it go, has been to replace the repeating featured image (unless there’s no pic or pic I want to feature), and, add subtitles to the blog title.
And the series name’s changed slightly, from “Aging Through Covid-19” to “Aging Gracefully – During Covid-19” — each with specific sub-titles.
Plus doing plain ole standalone titles, like A Walk Among the WildFlowers – New Watercolor on Absorbent Ground, May 2020 .
Now, as you can see via the top two screenshots, it’s very easy for me, and a reader, to scroll to and click on a visual, or titled, topic of interest! 😊
Adding Subtitles to Series
And as you can see in the two screenshots below, the same is also true of my own WordPress working page for my posts.
As I mentioned in a recent post, Aging Gracefully – During Covid-19 – A New Series, Serial Series’, this will have many benefits I believe, for me and the reader — continuity with nuance!
And though at first glance the “pre” on my Posts Page dashboard (right side image) appears cleaner, the sub-titled left-side image version gives me – and the reader/visitor on my site – much more easily seen information what the post is about, art or fitness and such.
I’d like to update earlier previous series I’ve had but’ll have to see about the usual challenge, time 😊
Meanwhile, let me know what you think of the change, your reader view of what you see now, and how you imagine your dashboard page of your posts might feel with the difference.
Remain well all, stay creative! ❤️
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