Master of my own Domain – Part 3

I can hardly believe it!  I must admit, I thought this whole transfer business would be harder.  I did not expect SEI to be so quick and hassle free in transferring my domain into my name.  I mean, I knew they should – but it really was seamless.

Then the guys over at BlueHost were fantastic. Helpful and nice.  I love that. They made sure I understood what the first couple of steps should be and I was off.

However, I am running into a bit of “be careful what you ask for…” WordPress is easy enough, but I need more than a blog – I need a webpage. So, I am using Adobe Contribute for my desktop editing.  But, this is the first time I have used it for from scratch creation.  Whew! I finally called it a night at about 1:30 this morning. I am not close to finished, but I am excited about the progress. 

So, I had better get back to it!

Comments

  1. April, You can build traditional web sites using WordPress if you like. With the ability to make Pages that are outside the blog structure you can build static pages (like http://aprilgroves.com/beautifulchaos/about/)

    You can even set one of your static pages to be the front page of your site.

    AND you can even do up special templates for individual pages (or a group of pages) that are different from how the rest of your blog is presented.

    Bottom line – WordPress has become a very powerful tool for publishing information to the web. 🙂

  2. Too late for all that:) I used Adobe Contribute to build a new site. While there are still some content to organize and post, I think it is coming along nicely if I do say so myself.

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