Changes in the Look of the Naked Bible and My Homepage

Posted By on March 20, 2014

Those of you who have gone to my homepage in the last day or two have already noticed the changes, but I need to make an official announcement.

For the past year a professional designer has taken my site on as a gratis project (Joseph Fioramonti of POSTMORTAL Design). He’s streamlined the site and blogs on the back end, put together some original art work, and made the blogs look like they belong to the homepage. I like the look and

What does this mean for readers? For now, you can still get to this blog (and the others) from the new homepage, or use the redirect I’ve had for several years: nakedbibleblog.com. But there will be changed to that …

Over the next week:

  • I’ll be posting a note on my old homepage directing people to the new one
  • I’ll be populating all the posts on this blog to their new homes on the new blog site that lives within the new homepage. Most of that is already done, but I have a couple months of copying and pasting to do. That means that, right now, the new blog sites will NOT have the most recent posts (I think they have up through this past January).  I’ll announce something when the copying is done.
  • Once the copying is done, I will put a sign on the front of this blog (a “last post”) directing people to the new blog location.

Longer Term:

  • I will cease looking at or interacting with this old blog page.  I may just take it down after several months. Not sure. Same with the old homepage.

Have a look at the new site and its pages — especially the blogs. Let me know if something is missing, or you can’t find something. The layout is different, but we’ll all get used to it.

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5 Responses to “Changes in the Look of the Naked Bible and My Homepage”

  1. DT says:

    I absolutely LOVE the new design. Major kudos to Joseph.

    Being a font-snob (comes with being in publishing, I suppose) — I *have* to find out what font is being used for the “Heiser” portion of the homepage banner. Should I look Joseph up for that?

  2. Doug says:

    Kudos on the new site. I think it brands you better than the old ones. The artwork is brilliant. The Divine Council header could be sold in poster/framed artwork format (hint hint).

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