This time, I saw an article in Web Magazine email that all WordPress sites need to be updated. Well, it’s done!
I got another email from our host provider, Aabaco, saying that WordPress had a security vulnerability and needs to be updated. Well, it’s done!
Yahoo web hosting is now owned by Aabaco, and they recently issued an alert to update our WordPress site. Well, it’s done! One more year, one more update. NOW – when will I get to actually post anything of interest?!!
Well, it looks like I’ve updated the WordPress software. Success! Very easy. Yeah!
Well, Yahoo! tells me I need to update the WordPress software again, so here goes! Hope this blog survives. I’ve decided NOT to go to the trouble of backing everything up – not much has been posted here, so I won’t lose too much. BUT, I hope I don’t lose anything…
My latest challenge is to learn how to use WordPress. It’s no longer enough to HAVE the blog. Now I need to learn how to USE it! Why? I’ve been asked to show others how to create a website. YIPES! I’ve already explored the question of HOW to create a website for many years. In fact, I’ve created many websites – and many blogs. But teaching others how to do it is a whole other matter. SO – I’m reading the WordPress: The Missing Manual, and hope soon to practice some of the techniques here. Watch out, world!
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This is an experiment, to see if I can embed the NARFE magazine here.
<iframe width="525" height="345" src="//e.issuu.com/embed.html#0/5784076" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
That didn’t work at all! Let’s try a simple link:
Today I updated the Word Press to 3.7.1 (I think!). It seems to have been a seamless process. I’m going to try to post regularly now, to get a feel for how Word Press works. If successful, I’ll learn how to teach others how to set up a WP blog or website!
I am writing this post on my phone. Will it work? We’ll soon see!
Today I updated the WordPress software, to 3.3.1. I have no idea why or what it means, but it did take me the better part of 3 hours to do it – hope you like the results! Now, I might fool around with the “theme”, or looks of the blog…