Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Networked Blogs

So I just set up my Networked Blogs links and will be working on the website revisions tonight.

As I had wanted to do, I had posted the Zangari Genealogy website on November 3rd, but abruptly took it down after having it online for 5 minutes. It did not work as well online as it did locally, nor did it display correctly, so I took it down immediately. Currently, there is only a few place holder pages available, but I hope to rectify that soon.

I have begun the painful process of revamping the site once more, but after creating half of the site all over from scratch I am once more unimpressed with the results. Here is a screen shot of the current site which I am not happy with...

The page and the site are looking good, but looks don't count for everything. I am fighting with the presentation of the page width and having the page auto adjust using this style and page layout. And while I like how this page is progressing, the same cannot be said (unfortunately) for all the other connected pages and sub-pages. If you look at the title of the above page's screen shot you will see it reads "Family Information". While this is great, it does not suffice for my needs or desires.

I will  be renovating the site for a few weeks once more, and hopefully by then I can reupload the site and be completely happy with the results. In the mean time, I hope everyone who stops by to have a read will also take the time to press that little button to the right that allows you to follow this blog or join this site.

Thank you everyone and good night....
~ Vince ~ 

1 comment:

  1. Hi Vince,

    Thanks for following my blog. When I first started, I used blogger, then switched to Wordpress. At one time I had 10 blogs...It was too much so I combined all of them. I finally have my site the way I want, but understand how difficult it is, but keep playing around and checking out the templates, and you will find something.

    If you have any questions feel free to drop me a line.

    The Root Digger :-)