neverendingday

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Bravenet redid a lot of its webmaster services & changed its coding, so I had to edit the new code into the site for visitors to be counted. I'm pretty underwhelmed by the new design -- the counters are now completely FUGLY!! I'll probably put in a new counter service -- most likely from BoingDragon.

I also can't back up the guestbook anymore -- joy . . .
neverendingday

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I'm feeling a bit cranky -- my Dave's Garden site/journal is only visible on the web if I become a subscriber to the site -- it's not a free feature. I'd added a few more things but now I'm re-thinking whether I want to bother adding anything else. I'd signed up for the site since I thought I could keep an online garden journal there that anyone surfing my site could view -- that was the point as far as I was concerned. I thought that feature was free but it's not.

I might create the equivalent of this garden journal on one of my other websites -- what I'd had on the Dave's Garden site was essentially a database of the plants in my garden -- including details like cultivar, species, location, the history of the plant, why it's part of the garden -- which I can also do on a plain HTML site too, just as well in terms of ease of use, if not better.

I might use my GeoCities site for this -- I've been planning on putting up a gardening site there for a while . . .
neverendingday

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Created a gardening site/journal at Daves' Garden that will be part of my overall gardening site. Unlike my Diary of a Gardening Goddess blog, this site allows me to establish a database of the plants in my garden, so visitors will be able to find out what plants I am growing, including which cultivars I have. I can also upload photos of my plants, if I so choose.

I've been planning to make a more elaborate gardening site than just my Diary of a Gardening Goddess blog for quite a while -- I'm sure this new Dave's Garden site/journal of mine will certainly push me a bit further along that path than I have heretofore gone . . .