Well it’s less hard than it is annoying.
I am also learning Dreamweaver at the same time, which I guess makes things doubly annoying.
I put my Android application building project to the side for a while because for one, I wasn’t quite certain what kind of app to make and second of all there were other things I had to focus on – like on time delivery of my client’s company magazine.
Now I want to customize my blog using CSS. No, I can’t do it the easy way like pick a theme and screw around with it. I need to, have to, must to, do it CSS style. (“Must to” is not a grammatical error on my part, it is an inside joke only Nook and January will understand.)
Now why must I? Because I love working with technology and I love learning new things. Also, it is a challenge.
But why am I learning Dreamweaver and CSS at the same time you ask.
I like to be doubly challenged? No that’s not it. I am building a website for Nook’s new company. At the same time, I’m using CSS and Dreamweaver to test out the operation on my blog.
I am surrounded by books, notes and webpages so hopefully soon there will be changes to my blog ever few hours due to testing. After I have mastered this, then I shall begin the masterpiece that will be Nook’s website.
Of course it won’t be as much of a masterpiece as mine because that wouldn’t be fair would it?
In high school I would write papers for money – around ten dollars a project. I would write my paper to perfection and then work on the others and make them not so perfect. It was only fair. Plus, the people who paid me to do it didn’t care – they just needed to pass. So I got A’s and everyone else passed.
If anyone is as much of a geek out there as I am and has tip[s for beginners in CSS and Dreamweaver, give me a shout out. I have questions.
As for the rest of you my loves, have a great day.