In the spring of 2009, around the time I should have graduated college on a four-year plan had I stayed in school instead of dropping out, I decided to go back to school. My first failed attempt at a higher education began in fall of 2004 — the fall after I had graduated high school — and I was of the mind that I didn’t want or need a college education to do what I loved most, namely writing. The second time around, I was inspired to return to the hallowed halls of my local community college because I wanted to make a website and wanted to know how to do it like the professionals.
WARNING! This is a very long post. TL;DR – I updated the menu and felt like blogging about it.
So, I haven’t really been satisfied with the main menu — a feeling that’s been going on for a really long time now. I could never seem to find the exact right balance that made me happy. Since my Auridesion.com uses WordPress as not only a blog platform but also a CMS (content management system), it can be really difficult — and not very smart — to mess around with the files that generate the markup and structure of webpages based on what’s in my database.
If that sounded like gibberish to you, let me a’splain:
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