Okay, I’ve finished moving the material from my cross-stitch pattern, home education, relationships and community, and fibromyalgia sites. Woof! Now I just have this site, my portfolio site and Rick’s stub of a site to maintain. I had a new theme that I really liked for this site, but Google’s search console threw a fit […]
I’ve told a few people that I don’t really see any advantage to Windows 8 over Windows 7. I have to eat my words now. Before I put Windows 8 on my four-year-old HP laptop, I checked with HP to make sure that it was 8‑compatible, and they said it was. AFTER I did the upgrade, […]
Y’all are tired of me doing this, aren’t you? Learning to Code, Part 5. Well, I had some fun away from the computer when my oldest nephew visited today. He’s a non-stop bundle of energy! We got the air hockey table cleared off for a game. Woof! And I went to the library and checked out […]
Yet another post in the ongoing drama of an old lady learning new tricks, Learning to Code, Part 4. I actually put some of what I’ve learned (not programming, but updated web knowledge) to use and re-formatted my résumé so that it looks much better (to me, anyway).
Today’s main post is at Academy Caritas, Learning to Code, Part 3. I spent part of the day helping Steven with his new web site, which was fun. I’m looking forward to reading lots of food porn there. Y’all go over and say hello, please?
I stayed up WAY too late last night studying programming. Yes, for fun. That’s my idea of fun, anyway. I’ve been yawning all day as a result, and I should already be in bed tonight because I need to be up early tomorrow. So this will be brief. I’ve been enjoying correspondence with a dear old […]
Yet another Academy Caritas post today, Learning to Code, Part 2. That’s what I’ve been doing for most of the day!
Today’s main post is at Academy Caritas, Learning to Code, Part 1. However, I’d also like to say thanks to James and Steven for the lovely visit and the chance to get out of the house for a change!
Those with sharp eyes might notice that the “random quote” widget there in the right-hand column has changed to a fancier one, and a page with all the quotes in the database has been added to the site, too. I switched to a new plugin, but was also able to remember something I’d nearly forgotten […]
But as you can see by the growing list of pages on the right-hand side of the site, I’m making progress. The reading, stitching, geekery and health parts of the site have been migrated to WordPress, although not always rewritten and updated. My professional site has been migrated completely now, too. There are still some […]