Today I am supposed to write a post using information from one of the comments I’ve made in the past. I reviewed the comments I made and decided there wasn’t one worth writing a post about. I’ve concluded that my comments aren’t worth reading. Continue reading
I took a few minutes and updated my Learning Curve theme. It is simple and designed for blogging. A good thing about WordPress is the ability to chang themes at any point.
Day Four: Identify Your Audience
A small explanation is needed for this post. I am trying to combine two WordPress programs into my daily post writing. The first is the “The Daily Post” the second is “Learning the Fundamentals”. This post is my first attempt. Continue reading
Today, explore five new tags in the Reader and follow five new blogs.
- First, head to WordPress.com Reader by clicking on the button below.
- Next, click Add next to Tags in the left column, type a word or two, and press Enter to see posts published with that tag and to add the tag to your Reader.
- Finally, click Follow in the upper-right corner of any post you find interesting to follow the blog where it was published.
I have completed this step.
Day Two: Take Control of Your Title and Tagline
I spent most of the morning creating a new theme for my website. I was using a theme from the WordPress theme pages but it didn’t function as well as I liked. The theme I created is similar to the WordPress theme but one I can take control of. Today’s Continue reading
Day One: Welcome to your first day of blogging!
Who am I?
To start, my name is Scott. I am retired living in Saint George, Utah. Saint George has been my home for the past 20 years. Previous to that I was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. Over the years I’ve had several jobs but the one I claim as my career was with “The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control ” in Salt Lake City. Continue reading