Thursday, December 22, 2011

WEBTOOLS (for real this time)

(Jeez, don't screw up when you name post seems to be an irrevocable mistake) I was going to write about this yesterday but got derailed, hence the bobble. 

A while back I was web cruising about thinking how I wanted to reorganize and revamp my main website when I came across this nifty little web tool. If you maintain your own web presence even on a minimal basis, I'd say it's worth looking into. My own HTML skills pulled up short several years ago so the "What You See is (Almost) What You Get" format suits me just fine.

I had the devils own time with rearranging and editing it last night but I was ignoring the cardinal rule of coding "Don't screw around with stuff when you are tired!"  So the tool is called SimpleViewer and the basic version is free and I can tell you that I fully intend on paying for the full version...after the holidays are over.

So here is the quick and dirty what I have been up to with needle, thread and cloth going back to late 2009. There are other things, of course, but a trend is revealed. Of course I'll have to go back in and do the dirty work, you know, titles, dates, measurement, prices...all the mundane workaday stuff we all have to trammel with, but for now,  enjoy.


Nancy said...

Amazing to see a block of your work all together. Your own style really shines through :)

Kit Lang said...

love your gallery - and thanks for the links!

I may try it out myself in the new year!

Anonymous said...

love watching this. i keep coming back to it.

Morna Crites-Moore said...

Gorgeous work - no surprise there - and very interesting web tool - thanks for the tip. Will definitely go check it out.

Happy New Year. :-)