Friday, October 03, 2014

Tabula Rasa

Me in 1949

I've just started another site for real animals as an adjunct to the web store. I wanted the store to be educational, too, but It turns out Google gets confused when you combine real animals with fake ones, so it may be the best of both worlds to split them up and link back to the store. Yes, the sites look about the same, and I'm fine with that. I've just made a new menu for my personal chronology on my own site site. It will be pretty cool, but only the top line and 1996 are working so far, because that's all I've done. The web is nothing if not an exercise in evolution. I guess I needed more projects. Once the foundation is laid, I hope it will be like an easy-to-use scrapbook.

So far, I'm still happy using Weebly. I've had to simplify some ideas and think up a few work-arounds, but it usually turns out for the best. I'm still trying to see if I can put more than one image in a wrapped text block, or if I have to fake it like on this page. They have quite a library of free photos that come with your account. If you need others, you can use the $5.00-per-photo library if you need to. So far all of the pix on the new site and most of the headers on my personal site are from the free library. Some of them are really great.

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Francisca said...

The owl page in particular and the It's About the Planet site in general look great! (Typo in Everything Else.)

I don't really see that the store and this site look the same or do you mean same with Tapirgal's World or are you redoing the store in Weebly too...? Either I am not paying attention or...? :-D

But I'm surprised to see you write you need another project! You have a few unfinished ones, no? Like your book? ;-)

Francisca said...

Okay, I see now, Sheryl, you copy-pasted the first paragraph from Tapirgal's World and you were referring to it being similar to It's About... I like them both, and only the general style are the same.

Francisca said...

What a great idea your timeline! Your baby photos are adorable. The only thing is a pity is that there is no way to leave comments there. :-)

Pat Tillett said...

What a little cutie!
I think they of them are looking good.

Hey Cisca! Fancy meeting you here...