Recently, I turned in my midterm project for my Electronic Publishing class: a writer’s website for myself. I’ve made websites before and am very well acquainted with HTML code. This time, for the purposes of the class, I used Dreamweaver, which is a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor as well as a code editor. The experience was frustrating at first, but there are some things I really like about Dreamweaver. That’s not the purpose of this post, however.
I’m writing this to let you know that I’ve decided to try to use my website on my rogermarket.com domain. Not to bore you with too much technical jargon, but that means transferring to a new host (since I was hosted on WordPress.com before) so I can have both HTML and a blog (put in a separate folder). That means I’m doing a self-hosted install of WordPress.org instead of using the no-hassle WordPress.com.
In any case, please bear with me while I implement this change. I’m still working on making the blog look right, especially when it is inline with the website, so I’ll be working on the layout for a while; I hope to have it done by Christmas, if not sooner. Maybe even much sooner. Who knows?