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Nevermind the Nevermind

Panic averted. Page fixed. It was a very simple fix, and now all the links seem to be working. Please let me know if there is something that doesn't.

I still need to fix the coif page on the old site. For some reason, at the time I wrote "Virginia and Albert" instead of "Victoria and Albert." A kind reader pointed this out to me, but that is when the computer went kablooie, I bought a Mac, had trouble with website editors, ended up purchasing Parallels to allow me to run FrontPage, discovered WordPress, and here I am. I still need to upload evil FrontPage in order to edit the old site, but hopefully I will be able to work mostly with WordPress from now on.

So there we are.

At any rate, please let me know if something doesn't work out with the new site. here is the link




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Nov. 28th, 2010 02:08 am (UTC)
It's now alive, Jim?
Nov. 28th, 2010 02:04 pm (UTC)
It's aliiiiiiiiiveeeee!!!! Bwahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nov. 29th, 2010 05:42 pm (UTC)
I've used Java to create web content, various flavors of FrontPage, even the awful components from Microsoft Office that let you generate webpages from documents, but for some reason I always return to handcoding HTML and Javascript. How is WordPress to use? Easy? Difficult? Do you have to install a server on one of your home machines? The reason I dropped FrontPage is the unshakeable belief that one should not have to be a server guru in order to write webcontent and then have to become a security guru as well so one can prevent said server from getting hacked....
Nov. 29th, 2010 06:39 pm (UTC)
Actually, WordPress is really easy to use, and you have your option of going WYSYWIG or use HTML. It is open source. If your server supports it, you simply download the program directly to your server and off you go. Much easier to use than evil FrontPage, and incredibly versatile. Plus, I just saved a buttload of money by not having to purchase a new program.

Did I mention that it's free?

You can either use WP directly from Wordpress.com, pretty much like LJ, but much nicer. Or you can download it from Wordpress.org to your server.

I absolutely adore it.
Nov. 29th, 2010 06:40 pm (UTC)
One more thing.
The other thing I love WordPress is that I can edit it from the web anywhere I go. All I have to do is sign into my server, then click on the Wordpress icon (in my server), and log into WP. Easy as pie.
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