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  1. Kathleen

    I think it looks great! One thing you might try if you still want to do anything else to it is get an intern from your local college. They might be able to help you for college credits. And they know everything! But I love it! Great job❤️

  2. Anne M Bray

    Oh, I did a total revamp of my art website last year, going from a platform that was all cozy comfy yet annoying (Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe kept updating the software and making it more and more complex). I transitioned to WordPress with eCommerce which I have not yet conquered at all. So don’t feel bad. I’ve done my own website since 1998, so I’m no newbie to the concept, but eeesh, WordPress is no walk in the park. My web host helped me through the steps of creating a temporary “creation/experimentation” site, I use a small company based in Canada and don’t mind paying a little extra for the service.

    Most of my blogs are on Blogger, which I can work in my sleep, but Blogger has the worst “Search” function ever.

    Love your pained expression in the closing photo. That pretty much sums up the experience for me too.
    I’ll put the art website as my link this time. And oh geez, I have to update the home page because it’s full of art exhibitions that are over. It never ends.

    • Loretta Sayers
      Loretta Sayers

      Anne, thank you for stopping by!! Did you see that awesome drawing on my site? 😉 I need to add your link to the photo so you get credit for it, my friend.
      Yeah, I have no idea what happened but WP has gotten more difficult instead of easier. I’m glad I’m not alone in this battle! And, you are so right…it never ends!

  3. Rebecca

    Ah, learning how to be a web designer by force. I love it. Join us, Loretta. 🙂 I actually love the fact that I can now call myself a self-proclaimed web designer! The learning curve was unbelievable and I can’t believe I only started two years ago. I feel a great deal of satisfaction knowing that I learned a skill that others just cower at.

  4. Anita

    It’s looking good, Loretta!
    I know what you’re going through. I had a personal blog for years using Blogger. I wanted to center my title heading and had to google, youtube, and everything else to figure it out. Surprisingly, it wasn’t too complicated.
    What I did, was to create another blog and experimented on it and then applied the changes after I was sure it was what I wanted. It was easy to do this with Blogger. I don’t know what platform you’re using and if that would work for you.

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