Thank you, Nadav, I’m glad you love BS. These are good questions. I hope my answers are helpful. Please let me know if they are not. Failure is always the best way to learn.
The favicon is a scaled version of your Portrait Photo. I figured I’d update mine because you reminded me. I should have done this a long time ago.
An option to add a search bar will be included in the next BS update. But “searching” seems to only pick up tags, not the content of posts, which is why I’ve neglected it. I think it is a broken implementation on Tumblr’s behalf. Anyway, you’ll see.
I’ve never used Typekit. I just tried to try it out, but I’m at work right now and the site breaks down on my phone. It is easy to add
@font-face things to your CSS though.
Gerd Arntz is a hero of mine.
You’re welcome. And it is surprising how many themes omit basic variables.
Again, you can add anything that you would reference in the HTML
<head> such as external stylesheets. Now add crazy stuff to your blog.
Designer! for iOS, currently free, is an “easy, intuitive, innovative, and totally unique Vector Graphic tool.” I haven’t used any other vector drawing apps on my phone (or little computer that has an app named Phone on it) yet, so I am amazed. Designer! is indeed totally unique. Its failures are impressive.
Drawing shapes works well. You can change the color of shapes and delete them. That’s pretty much it. You can’t edit paths or Bézier curves. You can translate (move) shapes but you can’t rotate them. Drawings are randomly cropped when exported, and exporting the vector file is a broken feature. Drawings just disappear when you try to save them.
Clearly, Caps Off has placed Designer! on the back burner to focus on Pimp Tycoon. Still, I like it because it’s a challenge to use.
There is an option to put the Description back in the header, or sidebar.