I am still busy working away on learning various website technologies. I have read a couple of books on WordPress, plus a book on HTML5 and CSS3. Although not difficult, reading and comprehending these books still takes time.
At present, I am about one-third of the way through Adobe Dreamweaver CC Classroom in a Book. Given that I am updating my knowledge on web technologies, I decided to learn how to use Adobe Dreamweaver. For simply entering new posts into my WordPress blog, it’s probably overkill. In the future, however, I might decide to get under to hood of my WordPress blog, and knowing how to use Dreamweaver will be helpful.
The purpose of this post is to let everyone know that I am still making progress and will be posting more soon.
I took the above picture of Waterfowl Lakes on 24 October 2013, the last warm day in Banff National Park in 2013. If you click on the picture, you’ll end up at the picture on my Flickr site.
This entry is my first post into my new WordPress blog. My old Movable Type blog has been retired. I purposefully did not import the old data into this new blog. Instead, I like the idea of starting fresh.
In preparation for moving to WordPress, I have begun learning about HTML5, CSS3, themes, skins, and various plugins. It’s amazing how much has changed since I was last actively blogging. While I had a reasonable understanding of HTML 4, XHTML, and CSS, everything has changed. I find, however, that my past learning is helping me learn this new material.
I am still in the process of learning how to use WordPress. So I expect changes to this website over the coming days and weeks.