Another Day Another Page

Last Update: September 02, 2016

If a website is a virtual store then I find the art of building a website similar to building a house.

I start off with a plan, then I layout my lines, dig my footings, set my foundation, frame my structure, sheath my framing, and add all my electrical and plumbing.

Now I can start adding all the decorative stuff like cabinets and wall coverings, flooring moldings and fixtures. Paint and landscape and then move in all the furnishings and accessories.

I never tire of watching this process unfold. Watching something go from imagination to manifestation.

In regards to building my website, I am at the sheathing my framing stage. So it will be a bit before it's ready to market to customers. But I'm okay with the process because I enjoy each stage of the unfolding.

This is day 8 of my 30 lessons in 30 days and I'm still working diligently.

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Ivine Premium
Hi Richard, thanks for your account of progress you are making. Irv.
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trailhound Premium
Your welcome, Irv. Thanks for checking in on me.
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With-Kev Premium
Another Challenge Richard, I am sure you will rise to the occasion as you did with the last one. Hope we hear some of the lessons you learn.
Cheers Kev
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trailhound Premium
You know that's how I am, Kev. I will be sharing some of my pages soon.
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With-Kev Premium
Looking forward to seeing what you do. Cheers Kev
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alanoneill Premium
Great job Trailhound! I'm not a builder, but I compare it to building a shopping mall with hundreds of shopfitters running about putting the finishing touches the night before opening :)
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trailhound Premium
Well, I'm not quite to that mad rush yet, Alan. It will be a little while yet before I'm ready for opening night. Thanks for your comments.
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Sdaviscs1250 Premium
Sounds like what I say. My website is always evolving. Chg, change, evolve.
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drjec Premium
Good for you.
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trailhound Premium
Thanks for your encouraging words, James.
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