4/24/2003 – Updated About Us, Other Certificates and Courses. Reorganized
that page. Posted.
4/21-20/2003 – Found out that JUST OPENING FILES in FrontPage 2002 KILLS the Hit Counters!! Even if I don't save! Very, VERY, bad. Reorganized some items in About Us to be more consistent with page design, and to make information about Conventions, etc., more accessible to a reader. Fixed some alphabetizing. (Updated info. about Hit Counters, and why they break or work.) Posted.
4/11/2003 – I added a completely new document –
my testimony – and added a
link to it from page one of "About Us". HalleluYah! I also renamed and tweaked
some of the site files. Uploaded. Found out that the Hit Counters on Home and
About Us stopped working, and have reset themselves to zero, though I had done
nothing. Then I replaced them in FrontPage 2002, but they still didn't work.
Finally got them to work editing them in Notepad. Posted.
4/10/2003 – First update in over
two years! A computer crash in mid-2002 made inaccessible the Web site files
that had been designed in Microsoft Publisher 1998 (.PUB files). Today I
downloaded the HTML files from my Web site's host server to a working computer.
(More below.) I then tried to
edit them in Publisher 2002. It was a mess. I then tried to start
from scratch in Publisher 2002, and to copy/paste the text from the HTML files
into the newer design. I tested one page, the Home page, but though it
looked fine in Publisher 2002, it looked like a jumbled mess in Internet
Explorer 6.0 in Windows XP. The mess looked like some pages do when a
video card is having problems drawing a screen. I couldn't figure out what
was wrong since the Publisher design had been made using Publisher's wizards,
and it was from scratch, the only residual material from the original Access
Audio Web site being the copy/pasted text and photo from the Home page.
I decided to try another method, since the first two had not worked within
Publisher. I opened up the HTML files in FrontPage 2002/XP. This
seemed to work okay, though there are tons of table lines that work in bizarre
I edited most of the site
files, updated most of the outdated information. I also updated the "About
I'm glad that I
can edit my Web site files. But what a drag, I have to do each document
individually (and some within Notepad!). In Publisher, I could edit one
page, then another, and another, then quickly post the whole thing to the Web.
Now it's piecemeal. Praise God anyway!
None! I "moved" on 11/1/2001.
After that, I had a computer crash in the middle of 2002, making the Web site
files inaccessible. 2002 Updates to 2000
Updates follow next.
on 2002 Updates to 2000 Updates)