I'm a semi-artistic toddler trapped in the body of a senior in high school, which I'm pretty sure is its own circle of hell to begin with. I obsess over perfection and mistakes are my biggest fear. I have a love/hate relationship with HTML & CSS, and I want to design websites when I "grow up," though I'll definitely settle for pterodactyl screech interpreter. My heart belongs to all things literate and animated. I'm in love with a consulting detective named Mike. I have a tendency to develop bizarre obsessions with movies, books, video games and television shows, which makes this blog a complete mess that never really knows what it's doing. I also have a severe infatuation with Lightning Farron and an intense hatred for King Henry VIII. I really hate pants.
Well, I just spent all day yesterday and this morning coding this theme for a Pokemon side-blog, but decided that, ultimately, I should just release it for public use. This theme includes:
A blog title (different from the actual title) and a subtitle (If you don’t want the titles to show up, simply leave those text boxes empty.
Every single color and background in this theme can be changed, as well as the fonts in the theme.
The posts are encased in a “content” box, so post notes will not have to compete with the background image.
The Pokeball, when hovered over, slides out to reveal six links (five are customizable, one is the “ask” link), a home icon which functions as a link back to the main page, and the description.
The option to make the background of the links/description transparent or to give them a solid background.
The option to make the top and bottom shell of the Pokeball actual images (NOTE! If you wish to use images as the shells of the Pokeball, you must crop the images down to a size of 300x150 pixels in order for it to fit. Otherwise the rest of the image will be cut off.)
The option to use the Webkit Scroll Bar.
NEW EDITIONS TO THE REVAMPED VERSION:
The option to show tags.
You can change the “home” image to a different image.
The option to stretch the background to fit any screen resolution.
More eye-appealing notes at the bottom of posts.
The option to show or hide the post container and border.
MAJOR CHANGE: While you can still use a scroll box for your description if it is too long, you can also adjust the height of your description by changing the pixels in the Appearance Options (the default is 74px; adjust the number to make it taller or shorter to fit your description or keep it the way it is and use a scroll box instead).
Have any problems? Please don’t hesitate to message me! —Rachael