After many trials of various web-design packages, I've settled back with Adobe, and Dreamweaver. I'm not a 100% coder, but also I need more than just design by WYSWYG - I use PHP and MySQL, but am not an advanced user (I coded this blog from scratch - with occasional help from my cleverer brother).
So I've practiced on a couple of my other pages, getting the hang of CSS and responsive designs, and am now ready to start tackling this one. For now, it's just the blog page, but over the next couple of months I'll gradually update everything (it may take a while - work is particularly busy at the moment).
In the meantime, and to justify this test blog post, here's an illustration/poster I completed a couple of months ago.
|Working fine on my book and pads. Glad I can enlarge the type easily on the pads. Too many of the newer websites, I can't enlarge the type, and have to read with a magnifying glass. I know I should be learning Dreamweaver, but don't have a 'clever brother' like 'M' to help. Good job, to you both! :-)|
|Thanks, Linda. Still got quite a bit of work to do - including tablet and mobile responses for this blog.|
|Howdy Garen, yes still here on me trusty ol laptop. I like the new font used in the hearders but seeing a little 'blurring' on the main text, still legible but just noticeable - will try mobile later. Thanks too for keepong the blog link, much appreciated and folk do use it :)|
|Many thanks, Colin - that header font is 'Rainbow Orchid Black' - my own font, so I appreciate the comment :-) Hm, not sure why the main text would be a bit blurry - I'll have a look on my wife's laptop and see!|
|Hopefully the font is looking better now?|
|Ah yes, much better the 'blurring's' gone and here was me thinking I should've gone to Specsavers!|
|Wny thank you Kind Sir, good luck with the rest of the upgrade :)|
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