Using This Site
1 April 2017
To I have relaunched this website. I admire the many people who can keep their websites relevant, updated, functional and attractive. In the two years that this website has been live, this is the second time I have closed it with the intention of improving it. Let’s see how I go this time. I know it’s April Fool’s day but I hope that doesn’t mean the site will be foolish – only time will tell.
3 July 2016
For the last few months this site has been in ‘maintenance mode’ (website speak for shut down). I did this because it takes a lot of work to maintain a website, even one as simple as this is. I also wondered if I could better use my time doing something else. Nothing else has so far emerged except a return to paid employment and the completion of a solar panel fund-raising project so here I am blogging again. I promised a Contact Us page but have been put off after seeing this clip!
8 February 2016
I promised a Contact Us page but that hasn’t happened yet. I have, however, set up categories and tags. All 2016 posts have had categories applied to them which means you can search for posts within the blog, that relate to the same topic. I’ll progressively catalogue the 2015 posts. Tags should appear at the end of each post and, for site users, should work in the same way as the categories do.
11 January 2016
For the start of 2016, I have changed the way I present this blog, but the development of this site is still a work in progress. I will use this page to provide an overview of the ongoing changes I make. The aim of any changes is to stop the head scratching and make it easier to find material and navigate.
2015 to 2016
The main changes between 2015 and 2016, are the creation of Projects and Incidents. These pages contain the stories and updates related to a low carbon life. Interested readers can use the hyperlink to find out the latest. At this stage, the ‘latest’ is at the bottom of the relevant page but shortly I hope to set up a button that will take you to the bottom of the page without having to scroll down. Promises, promises!