okay, so a little tweaking and this thing is starting to look like i know what i’m doing. that said, i really don’t like the ‘edge to edge look’. but i’m too tired to go on, we’ll continue this tomorrow.
though i realized today by looking through different blogs on here, scanning for ideas/styles/techniques/places to ‘borrow’ code from/etc… that these things are incredibly self-serving and I really don’t care about anybody but myself. well, i shouldn’t say that, but most of the blogs i’ve come across are pretty out there. oh well, to each their own, i’m sure each and every blog makes someone happy.
just caught something about web hosting and bandwidth. now, seeing how my blog is pretty much in a pre-larva stage and i don’t expect anyone to have stopped by for any length of time (but I promise, its getting better!). any-hoo, if anyone has their own domain and can give estimates on how much bandwidth is used, especially for a site that is mostly text, maybe a few pictures from time to time, but nothing too extravagant, it would be appreciated. please please email me and let me know what I should look out for. I don’t know what this is going to grow into, but I’d like to be safe and sure that I’m not going to underestimate the bandwidth when I venture into the world of real domains.
thanks. i’m going to sleep now.
see if i can get a big paragraph out of this to see what kind of formatting I can come up with. hell, i’ll just type whats at the right. this is the main blogger editing screen. from here, you can create new posts, find and edit old posts, and publish your blog.
to begin, just click and start typing in the big white box in the top of the page. when you’re done with your post (or just want to save what you have so far), hit the post button in the upper right, beneath the tabs.
how does it look to post now?