"I just viewed Leyda's blog and I do like her layout a lot. It's size looking. Also I wanted to tell you Leyda that your recent posting of 'busy bee' is similiar to the name of my kids blog. It's not really a blog/blog, but…"
"I'm only familiar with the terms of the layouts you listed above of 2 and three column blogs. I'm sure I've seen several others but I don't know their names so I can't tell you which one's I liked off of your naming…"
"IMHO, I like the content column, narrow column, narrow column. I was a design professor at a private art college for a long time (but I'm still a blogging newbie), and my experience tells me to focus on the content, not the flash and…"
"I like either one provided there is not a lot of busy stuff. If there is a lot of busy stuff on one the page (flashing buttons, etc), I prefer the content to be on one side so I can block out the other side. Otherwise, either is fine. Mine is three…"
"I think it totally depends on what your content of your sidebars are. If they are going to be lots of animated banners, I would prefer to have them all on one side of the blog I am viewing. If it links on one side and links/banners/logos/ads/etc on…"
"I am torn on this one. I like the look of both. It seems like the second option is getting more popular lately with the blogs I frequent, this might be sign to go with option one just to be different from the crowd. ;)"
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