The WordPress Labyrinth

I really wanted to nap this afternoon after work because I wanted to be well rested before eating a veritable mountain of sushi. But no napping for (un)Reasonable Girl. Instead, I spent an hour and a half installing Filezilla, reading back up documentation on setting up my FTP protocol, and finally mastering the proper way to install certain WordPress plugins. This opens me up to a veritable world of plugin possibilities. Theoretically, from now on, I can customize my site up and down the Wazoo. (Meet me at the Wazoo spawning grounds, in the lobby of the WordPress plugin labyrinth.) It also reminded me that I haven’t read the documentation for either my web host or WordPress. It is, dear reader, as if I am in denial about my new technical responsibilities, and they are legion! Anyway, wish me luck. I have every intention of adding an email notification function for new blog posts in the near future. Never in my wildest dreams did I suppose I would one day become a webmaster. Any other features you like on other blogs that you’d like to see me implement? Comment away, dear readers, I’m all ears. and fingers. and sushi.

2 thoughts on “The WordPress Labyrinth

  1. You certainly jumped in the deep end. WordPress seems very flexible, powerful and a bit complicated. I recently started blogging my techie adventures using tumblr and I was a little disappointed by the lack of features. (No commenting! I had to install disqus integration) Anyway, it looks like its working nicely.

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