Home page is where the heart is


Pardon my dust, but my home page is a mess. Worse yet, I’m expecting visitors. At least I hope I get visitors.
What if no one comes? Or, what if they come, and then they whisper about the decor behind my back? Black and white photos? That’s so last year!
What if my links die? What if my server’s not found? What if intruders hack into my site and put up a XXX site, or, worse yet, photos of me with really big hair?
Little guidance. Unfortunately, unlike working on my real home where there are numerous support groups (mostly met simply by bumping into each other in desperation at a Home Depot near you); television programs, and publications to assist you, the world of homepages is almost completely devoid of good do-it-yourself guidance.


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Kymberly Foster Seabolt lives in rural Appalachia with the always popular Mr. Wonderful, two small dogs, one large cat, two wandering goats, and a growing extended family.