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Old 04-26-2010, 08:00 AM   #1
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Default My first proper venture into Wordpress

Have at it guys!


- a local non-profit organisation to which I belong, and foolishly volunteered to create the site for. It has been quite an intense experience - the design was easy, but getting to grips with a bit of PHP and getting the plugins to play nicely together was not. I made my own theme - I am not too sure about the background image, but that's what they wanted, so I did a darker version on mouseover so it's a bit more legible. I am sure Marjolein would have something to say about that if she was around!

But overall, I was pleased that my ageing brain coped well with the technical challenges

Next project: a replacement for my aging photo web site, to make it easier for me to update.

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