I learned some new things this weekend!
[ Thanks to the awesome live chat help people at bluehost.com and the many excellent videos and articles about how to do almost anything on wordpress ]
I learned how to point from one site to another, how to export and import files, and how to migrate subscribers as well as a few other things.
[ Did you know you had migrated? 🙂 ]
I admit that I am quite proud of my non-techy self at the moment because despite a small error that lead to a time-consuming clean-up,
[ I hit the import button too many times and spent hours deleting extra files, comments and pictures ]
it looks like leeniebrown.com is up and ready to roll at least on a basic level. I will be spending some more time learning the new features and playing with things as time goes by, but for now we are ready to post again.
Aside from the obvious appearance change, there are a couple other changes you might notice. During the shift over of files from the former site, I decided to do some cleaning and some older posts hit the recycling bin.
[ But, I kept a copy of your encouraging comments. I really do enjoy hearing from my readers. ]
I also know that before this month is out Listen to Your Heart will be published, which means it will have to be removed from this site. So, I have already eliminated many of the chapters. However, there is a link to where the previous chapters can be read at the beginning of Chapter 12 and there will continue to be a link at the beginning of each chapter until the time comes to publish.
Please be aware that as I play with things and learn how to use new plugins and features, things may shift around. Hopefully, the disruption will be minor and will add to the functionality of the site both for me and for you.
Now, to start working seriously on this week’s posts…all that website work time has put me behind schedule. First up, what will I post for tomorrow’s Wordless Wednesday and what will happen with Philip and Lucy in this week’s Thursday’s Three Hundred? Looks like it’s going to be a busy afternoon.