That sounds good, very good actually,albeit in a rather abstract way; I've got no idea how that would bedone.
My site does not use columns. Thebackbone is the text, which is “split” in 4-6 sections by h-tags.The images are used to tart the site up and “define/position” thetext blocks at the same time. The “column” is a stop gap measureto limit the text width for sections where not all images have beenaded.
Yes, albeit that there is no real column as per above.
Section are the 4-6 blocks of text “separated” by h-tags. Between 100 and 400 words, but mostly between 150 and 250 words.
The essence of my “future plan” isto adapt/adjust/extend/improve based on the feedback of readers.Whenever a reader tells me “I like your site, but........ or, apartfrom........” I question them and make a note.
I have done this from the word go, andfound it much more efficacious than using market research.
The only red thread that I can think ofthat will continue to exist, is that I want my site specifically tolook different from most other sites in my industry. Partiallybecause it matches my company usp, partially to stand out and grabpeople's attention.
So no popular/traditional 2 or 3 columndesign with navbars top or left and “alternative info” in theremaining space. No templates, no flash and no glossed up showroomimages of things that virtually nobody has seen in real life. Ifyou're selling Fords, don't show images of people in $5000 suits thatlook like they own 3 Rollers.
Another issue is the ongoing butirregular addition and alteration of content. Wherever practicable, Itake photos of work I do and after selecting and processing theimages, I add them to existing pages as well as new ones. The samegoes for information i.e. text. Depending on what I learn/discover, Iadd or alter existing text; sometimes one line, sometimes a paragraph.
This has lead to page lengths varyingfrom 500 to 2000 words, and 1-8 images on a page, with no guaranteesthat those limits won't be exceeded in the future.
Hopefully, this answers most of yourquestions.