I am rudely reminded of this whenever I attempt to make serious changes to a webpage. I have been using HTML since it first appeared, but I would use it for a few weeks and then many months would go by before I would use it again. So, I would have to learn it again and again and…
I have taken HTML courses over the years and have marveled at the increasing complexity and power of the language, while I was learning just enough to get my site to the next level of refinement. For me, that meant keeping the site easy to use and informative while I figured out how to make it look attractive to visitors.
I am wonderfully spoiled by the services available at TypePad. One can create great looking weblogs with the barest knowledge of HTML. I should find out if there are comparable services for non-weblog sites. I am sure there are, but the templates I’ve seen look so uninteresting that I gave up looking and have continued to do it myself.
Which leads me to the closing point of this post. I have finally gotten around to putting my latest products up on my Box-Carts website. If you have wondered what I do in my woodshop when I’m not blogging, you now can find out. You can also give me feedback on how well the site works for you.