I would like to hear about your experience if you have a personal blog, a forum, or a web page.
I will use a concrete example so that you may understand: Imagine I have 500 Cure postcards scans on my computer. (3Go) No problem to look at them when i'm home on my Mac, but i would like to make a blog or web page so that other fans may see them, so that i can access them when i use another computer, or when I use a mobile phone when I'm at a car boot sale and look through postcards. I simply want to have one page per year, with all postcards shown one after the other, nothing more, really really really basic.
So i need an easy and if possible cheap solution
I don't know how and where to start.
Should I keep the scans on my hard drive, or should I upload them on an internet site? (will that really help me save me from catching a virus or someone getting access to my computer?)
I am not really looking for learning coding, I'd rather use pre-made stuff. Is making a personnal web page really more complicated than doing a blog?
I've heard about Wordpress or Wix, i thought there were just 'blank pages' where i could just place my pictures, but apparently i always have programs to download to upload the pictures, programs to do this, do that, there are always plenty of technical things to do that are like chinese to me.
So could you please give me some advice thanks from your experience?
Post by nausearockpig on Jun 28, 2022 11:52:19 GMT 1
You could create a Google Drive "Google Docs" document (the Google Drive version of MS Word) and just place the images (via Insert menu > Image > Upload from computer). You could have one Google Docs document for each year and link them each back to a main document so you've got hyperlinks to each page. You should be able to give Read Access to whomever you please.
Another thing is a free website from google: sites.google.com/new that looks pretty easy to navigate and set up.
Or squarespace offers free blogs but I don't know anything about them.
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