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I decided that I’d had enough and moved back to Laskowitzpictures.org as opposed to .com. That could have gone well, but in order to use any of the older page templates I still had to use the customization button. That forces the user into the block system.

I may never completely finish this redesign of Storyteller. “Happiness engineers” convinced me to try FSE. The best I can say about that is that I could never find my completed pages. Assuming that they were completed. Mostly, I was just confused.

I still don’t know what I’m doing. Simple things evade me like how do I ad a comments section, or how do I place and link page buttons like home, about, blog, portfolio and blog.

We’ll see just how far I get before I either give up or start again for the 2,369th time.

This was a brand new picture when I first tried to use it. I’ve been at this so long that now it’s old.

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