Your Reactions To Banner

The old banner had been in place for four years and had been a good one at the time. The Tap was then predominantly a eurosceptic blog, and the graphic told that story well.

Things move on, as always, and while euroscepticism is still an occasional theme, it has been superceded by the notion that not only the EU, but all major events are planned and manipulated, whether they be political groupings, wars, economic events, even weather and tectonic happenings.

Most businesses across the world are owned by the same elites operating cartels, in banking, pharmacy, health, energy and all major markets, while apparently a free economy of competing organisations is seen to exist. It does not. Education and science only teach what is in the interests of the elites who have screened out a lot of important knowledge, especially in the last hundred and fifty years.

They are controlling all major internet sites and events, such as Facebook or Google (which this is) but at the same time, because of the internet, many more people can, for the first time, start to find out who these people are, how long their families have exercised control over humanity, and the things they are up to.

For many readers, this can be a shocking and depressing experience. But very quickly they can find ways to improve their chances of survival, and start to fight back, once they know what they are up against.

The Tap Blog is open-minded and takes in research from individuals who have experience of events which give them greater knowledge than is generally available, or who have researched into the secret world of the elites, and can offer explanations.

The banner better expresses who we currently than the old one, what our aspirations are, and what we think the blog can do for its readers, old and new. I am sure not everyone will like the new banner, of course. I do, myself, which is just as well, as I paid for it! I hope at the least it’s a banner we can all live with. It’s not going to change the earth by itself, but it gives a new arrival who lands on the Tap Blog, a quick impression of what goes on here. Please leave comments on here if you have any. Thanks. TAP.


Hi Tap, My Analysis of Your Banner:-

Your Banner is a ‘Good One’. It’s Simple yet Sophisticated, A Corporate Style with Subtle wording (open to one’s own Interpretation – An Open Request to Investigate) under your Main Heading, ‘THE TAP BLOG.’ Whilst we known this relates to Tapestry, there is a Duality of Purpose in this Heading, & suggests to me the Incremental Release of Knowledge by opening ‘THE TAP’.

You have kept within the 3 Subtle Colour Criteria, which is Important for CORPORATE SITES,
I am not an expert at Web Site Design, but one of my juniors many Talents is Designing Web Sites Professionally, so I have picked up a Few Tips off of her. From my observations, The Heading looks very similar in Style to the Corporate Sites she designs. I can take computers apart & put them back together etc, but Web Sites are her Domain.


Cool Colour Explained
• Blue is calming. It can be strong and steadfast or light and friendly. Almost everyone likes some shade of blue.
• A natural color, from the blue of the sky, blue is a universal color. The cool, calming effect of blue makes time pass more quickly and it can help you sleep. Blue is a good color for bedrooms. However, too much blue could dampen spirits.
• In many diverse cultures blue is significant in religious beliefs, brings peace, or is believed to keep the bad spirits away.
• Blue conveys importance and confidence without being somber or sinister, hence the blue power suit of the corporate world and the blue uniforms of police officers. Long considered a corporate color, blue, especially darker blue, is associated with intelligence, stability, unity, and conservatism.

Blue : good fortune, communication, wisdom, protection, spiritual inspiration, calmness, reassurance, gentleness, fluidity, water, sea, creativity, peace, calming, higher thoughts, mystery, sky, formality, travel, devotion, progress, quiet wisdom, freedom. betterment of humanity, love, trust, loyalty, intelligence, reassurance, artistry, compassion, inner strength, devotion, depression, sadness, tranquility, stability, unity, truth, understanding, confidence, acceptance, conservatism, security, cleanliness, order, comfort, cold, technology, devotion, harmony, depth, faith, heaven, piety, sincerity, precision, intellect, sadness, consciousness, speech, messages, ideas, sharing, cooperation, idealism, sincerity, empathy, relaxation, affection, inspiration, friendship, patience, contemplation, infinity, harmony, non-threatening, dependability

Some believe blue slows the metabolism and suppresses the appetite. As it does not require the eye to focus, images and objects recede in blue backgrounds. With overuse, can create feelings of cold. Although also popular with women, blue is the predominant favourite colour of males and is suited to web sites involving and promoting technology, medical products, cleanliness, air, sky, water, sea and automotives. Blue is the favourite colour of more than half of the world’s people – it is the colour least disliked by most cultures.

High impact designs can be created with combinations of blue, red and yellow. Combinations of light and dark blues can create feelings of trust. Pale Blue : ethereal, delicate, calming, health, healing, tranquility, understanding, softness

In combination with pinks and pale yellows, creates the image of spring. Aqua : freshness, pristine, vigour, movement, dramatic, confidence, strength, individualism, eccentricity, humour, fearlessness, festivity

Royal Blue : richness, superiority, cold Dark blue : depth, expertise, stability, credibility (especially withgold), intellect, wisdom, corporate colour, warmth, knowledge, power, integrity, seriousness, knowledge, health, decisiveness, law, order, logic, dependability, serenity

Combining dark and lighter shades of blue creates a conservative and sophisticated look.

You could also go into the Vibratory Influences of Colours which I mentioned in several Posts Last Year. As we are all Walking ‘Magnetic Fields,’ Colours, & Perfumes, have far greater influences on People than they realise, Organised Religions Know & Make Use of these Phenomena.


The Tap Blog is a collective of like-minded researchers and writers who’ve joined forces to distribute information and voice opinions avoided by the world’s media.

9 Responses to “Your Reactions To Banner”

  1. BBB says:

    looks like an ad for a college or uni-sorry

  2. Tapestry says:

    In a way that’s what the banner is saying. Stop studying at places where they are lying to you, and get up to speed. I am happy to change it again if the criticism grows….but

    What would you suggest instead?
    Now there’s a challenge!

    At least we are taking steps to move on from the old one which was not relevant to where we are now, BBB.

  3. Julia says:

    My first impression is of an office or something similar too. It looks like a picture of the people who are not in places like The Tap. I don’t think the banner is hugely important anyway. As long as it is not off putting, people will get onto the information quick enough.

  4. Tapestry says:

    That’s no bad thing, Julia. We can’t be dismissed as freakish off the wall conspiracy pedlars. In fact we are horribly normal.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I agree does look a bit like an ad for a college. I like it more than the old one though.

    – Me.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, Well I think the new banner is splendid.
    It’s in a nice cool blue, which describes our temperament as a whole.
    It also shows education, as a lifestyle in varied forms, which we can identify with.
    That is my summary.

  7. Tapestry says:

    Thanks for all your comments.

  8. Julia says:

    Actually it is growing on me. And I like the idea that it could be a bit of a disguise. I agree the colour is good.

  9. Tapestry says:

    If you go into HETT’s top ten, it’s pretty obvious she doesn’t agree!! I think she’s got six originals displayed…

    I’m still fond of it after so many years, but things have moved on.

    A banner doesn’t make a blog, but it needs to represent as fair a picture of who you are as you can.

    Strange things are happening with traffic the last two days. Maybe others have noticed too!!! B4IN has dropped us like a hot potato. And several posts getting good reads are being kept out of the Top Ten 7 days….

    The show goes on.

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