New website - AntoinetteForEducation

New website - AntoinetteForEducation

Venturing into WordPress, I helped Antoinette Miranda put together her new website that serves as a reference to her campaign for District 6 representative to the Ohio State Board of Education. It's called Antoinette For Educationat https://antoinetteforeducation.com. The site uses a political WordPress theme with some custom colors, headers and layouts, nothing too fancy, mind you. But it


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Why I'm a Ghost(.org) writer, Part 2 - Responsive themes!

It's responsive right out of the box! If you've alread read Part 1 of my Ghost journey, you might suspect I've just scratched the surface of blogging and website content with Ghost. You're right! But the folks at Ghost.org have enhanced the product without overcomplicating it. Did I say responsive? Yes! Right out of the gate, Ghost works well


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Here's why I'm a Ghost(.org) writer - Part 1

Here's why I'm a Ghost(.org) writer - Part 1

Blogging on the Ghost platform reminds me of the spirit of "Weaving the Web," by Tim Berners-Lee, the CERN-based pioneer of the early World Wide Web. Berners-Lee envisioned the web as a convenient place to read, write and share documents, with lots of collaboration. Ghost revives that tradition, but Ghost blogs seldom appear geeky or dull. Developers have produced lots


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