Ever since websites were introduced back in the 1990s, I’ve been fascinated with this virtual equivalent of interior design, especially color combinations.
Although my actual programming experience is limited to a very enlightening (and somewhat frustrating when it came to debugging) FORTRAN course in 1977, I’ve always been fascinated with how computers “think.” I love all sorts of languages, natural and machine, and I’ve watched as computer languages have evolved over the years.
As I gained proficiency as a savvy user of both Windows-based and Mac-OS based personal computers (since my first IBM PC in 1983), I used my skills to set up a freelance book indexing and editing business.
I found that I really enjoyed working with the Cascading Style Sheets that dictate how things on a website are laid out and how colors are used. CSS has been my customizing friend ever since.
WordPress and other content management systems like it have made it possible for me to do website interior design without having to learn to code. I’ve noticed that there are a lot of folks who want to have a blog or other type of simple template/theme-based design, but unlike me, they don’t want to mess with the style sheets or troll for better themes for their purpose.
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