on the welcome page…
on the header…
It’s the beginning of a brand new adventure!
An adventure which, by the way, started on Monday, August 23, when I returned from my weekend on l’Île Secrète (Secret Island). But that’s a story I’ll be telling you in an upcoming post… promise.
For now, I’ll stick to celebrating. Because I’ve just spent two weeks trying to figure out how to get everything to work, over here, and after all this time, there are still things that need fixing.
Take for instance the “Subscribe to RSS” feature at the top of the sidebar: it won’t link to the Feedburner page. (UPDATE: the RSS feature works!) My friend Tina in Prince Edward Island — with whom I worked on Skype — had quite a challenge with that darn thing. It’s thanks to her if I got to renovate my site but for some mysterious reason (or maybe my theme is too old and has trouble adapting to the new WordPress generation), certain features simply refuse to function.
Eh, no sweat. I’m now the new and improved Mudd — letting go is my specialty.
As for the features that DO function, you can subscribe to my blog posts by clicking on the “Email” link at the top of the sidebar, next to the RSS link (yes, the one that doesn’t work). You can also subscribe to the comments and receive an email notice whenever someone adds to the conversation. Finally, there are icons at the bottom of each post so you can either share it, send it, or bookmark it.
And now a word about the pages:
I plan on having fun creating products that will be on sale in my “boutique,” either through CafePress or Zazzle. In the meantime, I decorated the page with a few of my drawings.
Same goes for the “etc.” page, though I don’t yet know what to do with it. If I don’t find a purpose for it within the next three months, I’ll trash it.
To end things off, you’re invited to take a look at the “about me” page where you’ll find a condensed version of my life story. It’s only the tip of the iceberg, of course, but hey… I need to know you a bit better before I show you the many depths of me.
Well I guess that’s it…
BYE BYE OZA!
A very special THANK YOU to Tina Stephen for her help, her patience, and most of all for her friendship. You ROCK, baby girl!