The site has remained untouched; nothing has changed from what it looked like since I left one week ago. I must say I am really disappointed. It looks like I am on my own…So I roll up my sleeves and go to work.
After being on it for almost ten hours straight, I have been able to “encode” most of the site contents from our Member’s Handbook. Almost all the contents for About, History, and Members were “cut-and-pasted” from our handbook.The next challenge is to properly format the text and put in other elements such as appropriate images. Am at a loss on how to do the Members list, in order to make it presentable; with columns that align properly. This is turning out to be more than I bargained for.
While all this is happening, I also need to contend with the site colors, and layout. One of my earliest and easiest decision was to have a link to our Rotary Club of Baguio- page in Facebook. Because of its strength and drawing potential, such social plugins are now a mainstay in almost all leading websites. Indeed, Facebook has become indispensable. Producing this was easy because all I needed to do is replicate the code from my other sites which already had such a features.
Lunch came, dinner came; my work persisted continually.
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It is now almost midnight as I now begin to feel just how tired I am. I now have to retire to take my “beauty rest.” Today has been rewarding because I have proven that I still have the perseverance to complete a task that require the “patience of Job.”
Today was a BIG Rotary day for me! Too bad I cannot claim this as an official makeup (“,).