Happy new year everyone, and hope you will enjoy my first blog post in 2014! This year I did not have any resolutions for the new year really, except from maybe drinking less Coke in 2014.
Earlier today I worked with one of my blogs and opened it on my mobile phone. I then realized that the logo was “no respsonsive,” meaning that my mobile friendly website wasn’t really that mobile friendly, since I had to scroll to the right to see the full logo. There is a code I normally add to the style.css file to fix this problem, and I had already added it to that blog, so I had no clue why it showed up in the wrong way. I copied and pasted the code several times, but it did not work. After a while I compared the code to another blog I run, which had the same code added to style.css and that is when I saw the problem. It was a minor problem, in fact it was a }. Do you get it? One } to much was added before the code I added in the style.css to fix the problem, and because of that little “mistake” the code following did not work at all. As I noticed the problem I removed the } and after saving I reloaded the page, and everything worked!
Small change – Big consequence!
When we want to change areas in our lives we often aim at doing those big changes. From tomorrow I will run 30 minutes every day, I will not eat more chocolate, I will pray 1 hour before eating breakfast and so on. To make such decisions can be very useful, but it is important not to look down on those minor changes that might bring big results in the future. Just like the little } had big influence on the look of my website, a small change might influence your life in an enormous way. Maybe there are some small changes you could make today, that will impact you greatly in the future?
[stextbox id=”blbe” caption=”Zechariah 4:10″]Who dares despise the day of small things…[/stextbox]