Making Progress with the New Website
I am continuing to familiarize myself with markdown programming language. It is not very difficult to use but tricky to know if I am using everything correctly. Luckily I have not done anything to destroy the base pages of my website, but there is definitely room to grow and customize almost anything on each page. I don’t feel like getting too into the weeds today on the ins and outs of Markdown, but I will say that it is not overly intimidating if you are willing to take it slow.
I currently have the following pages working, or at least presenting material and not just placeholder text.
I am planning on building out my portfolio page with more projects, so check back for those. I am also planning on blogging about it here so check back here for more posts in the future. The funny part is that I am enjoying this process way more than I thought I would and also way more than I used to when I was building my website with other commonly used platforms
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