DIY Websites

On July 26, 2019, I gave a presentation at WPCampus in Portland, Oregon to share how UC Irvine has leveraged WordPress Multisite for a popular web hosting options for small websites and blogs. There were technical difficulties with the live-stream and recording. I recorded the session again for the WPCampus website.

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Last weekend, I attended DrupalCamp LA. This is an annual conference that is held on my campus, UC Irvine. It’s free and a great way to learn not only about Drupal but web technology in general. I’ve attended many technology conferences over the years including many years of MacWorld Expo, DrupalCamps, WordCamps and UCCSC. What…

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As I mentioned in an earlier post, I have had a terrible time moving my sites to a different host. My former host and domain registrar, AFMU, got hacked in early December. The only reason I found out is because one of my sites (52drawings) got hacked, too. It was a group drawing blog, so…

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I’m a big fan of WordPress. I’ve been using it to maintain a couple of blogs for about 2 years. We use it at work for our campus-wide blogging service and it has served us well. I am so impressed that an open source and free piece of software works so well and is so…

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It took me longer than I had hoped, but I have converted my site over to WordPress. I still have too many blogs in too many locations. I’m trying to decide whether I want to merge them. For now, I’m going to keep them separate and link to them via my Blogroll.  I’m chin deep…

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I’ve become a fan of WordPress. I have used it on this site for both my Cookie Chick food blog and my Drawing blog. I am not the most active blogger, but I have come to greatly enjoy the ease of creating entries and the joy that is WordPress. At work, we are contemplating using…

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