Patti MayBlogger, Writer, Content Maker
I first took an interest in web design back in the early days of HTML. That is the coding language that underlies all websites. In those days, a person either learned HTML or they used software like MIcrosoft’s Frontpage. Terrible software that produced bloated code and slow loading sites.
I learned HTML.When style sheets came along, I learned them. I enjoyed the challenge of making the code produce the look on the screen I wanted.
Then along came WordPress. I embraced the concept of using a blog to communicate with customers. I found it a challenge to integrate a static website with a blog and make them look like they were made for each other.
For my own sites, I tended to lean towards just a blog. That had its limitations but nothing I couldn’t live with.
WordPress is a different sort of web design. It isn’t building sites from the bottom up, more building on an underlying solid base.
Then I Met Divi
In the early days of WordPress, I could get into the code and, within limits, bend it to my will. As the platform became more sophisticated, my ability to tinker with the code became more and more difficult.
Then I met Divi by Elegant Themes. Divi, with its built-in page builder, provided me with an incredible level of control over the sites I was creating.
I had found some of that ability in a couple of other themes I worked with, but, not to the level Divi takes it.
Willing to Return to Doing Sites For Others
I was now ready and willing to return to doing websites for others, maybe you would like one done for you, dear reader? Let’s talk.
To the right are links to sites I’ve recently done for myself and others. Feel free to explore them and see if I could help you get the site you are looking for.
Just drop me a line below, we’ll chat.