-- Bit the bullet (all sorts of motivations, but
is one). So, got into HTML/CSS, again, so
as to get up to speed. Then, changed the TGS
site. Blogging about the content
management as well as the technical issues as I
02/11/2014 -- Drupal was hacked. First time for
everything. Removed the Drupal installation.
Considering Concrete5 (example).
07/10/2013 -- I think that I found it: Joomla
3.1.1. Ice Themes offers a new template that is
interesting. Like the approach, albeit the
backend takes some getting used to. But, one can
add in one's own code. Too, Wordpress might be
put into place as a blog resource.
07/06/2013 -- Finished the Workpress video (see
page); now looking at a series Joomla videos
(not as well presented, but helpful in finding
way through the labrinth of menus in the
development area). Drupal? Too much emphasis on
code, at least in the version that I looked at.
I had to go to a WYSIWYG editor, cut the HTML
over, and test.
07/05/2013 -- Spent the past few months with
You-tube classes (Stanford, etc.) dealing with
theoretical subjects. Or, looking at music
videos ranging across the decades. Like reliving
the past. ... Now, it's time to grapple with the
website itself. My experience is long, across a
whole lot of platforms and approaches (including
distributed, intelligent, and object-oriented).
So, I have the basis having dealt with 10s of
different types of languages. Also, used
web-based approaches, both compiled and
interpretive. So, I could jump ahead, from the
2000 timeframe, and use a language. But, rather
than do that, I'll use some of the neat tools.
So, following along a tutorial, about Wordpress,
I'll set up a site. After that, I'll do Drupal
and Joomla tutorials and have them all on the
same level. Then, I'll stop and see what is the
best of techniques. I'll choose one, get
acquainted (by then, I'll have the WSIWYG thing
down), and develop the permanent site.
12/30/2012 -- Most likely there'll be a New
Year's resolution: find which of the tools
listed in the Technical Section to use (or find
another tool or buy a WYSIWYG that cuts good
-- Officelive is gone. Now, we'll upgrade the
site (see Technical section, below).
-- Only 13 more days of Officelive.
03/23/2012 -- Converting to using HTML, for the
interim, using SeaMonkey/Composer.
03/15/2012 -- This site will be moving from
OfficeLive to another host (hopefully,
soon). Updates on the progress will be
- We've just had our 4th
March. Too, we need to look at background
order to build the proper model.
- A couple of themes relate to this
as metaphor and what
may be versus what must be,
Looking at other
methods: See Home.