Friday, July 28, 2006

Web Design Is Hard Work!

For two, no, *three* days now, I've been splitting up two long web pages into smaller bits that are easier for visitors to navigate. It involves a lot of repetitive work (think assembly line). I've also learned some new coding, which I am implementing, so the learning curve is steep. Vertical, almost.

That's the thing about learning how to do your own web pages -- you never stop learning. Ever. The web is changing so fast, there is always something new, and harder to learn if you are not a techie. If you've never done web work before, though, a blog is a good place to start. I know I wish I had.

As it is, some of the new pages are now linked from Travel Tips

I have to go now. I think I sprained my brain!

1 comment:

Abfab Art Studio said...

Oh boy, I know exactly how you feel! Sometimes I work on my websites way into the night until I go to bed, but when I'm learning something new, it's so rewarding to see the results!

I have accidentally been learning php by setting up an article directory and a photo gallery, and now the jigsaw pieces of the past few weeks are starting to fall into place. :)

Good luck with your website tweaking - I love your websites!

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