When Microsoft released Lists this past summer, it’s built-in content scheduler template looked like a great replacement for my OneNote table.
An update on where I am with redesign my blog’s theme.
As I’ve (slowly) began writing again, I documented my workflow for planning content, writing it and ultimately posting it.
Documenting the content management systems I’ve used over the years.
Because I was already using ExpressionEngine on a daily basis, I felt that I needed to use WordPress on a website that I would also work with daily so that I would become equally as familiar with it. And so I chose WordPress to be the CMS for brettro.com.
Learn how integrating the Subversion (SVN) version control system into the Brettro workflow both formalized and streamlined its website production.
Yep. While it did not take an actual nine months to develop the design, write the code and move the content into WordPress, the Brettro website always took a back seat to both my client work and my full-time job.
I'm well on my way to executing my Three Step Plan of becoming more familiar with and better at coding for two brilliantly executed, powerhouse web publishing platforms, honing my design skills and preparing better content, continuing my education and becoming an active, beneficial voice in the community.