It's been about 5 months or so since I've done a site. Evey time I sit down to get it all functional I always wonder why I chose to be a designer instead of a programmer, php, mySQL...damn you! Damn you I say. Speak American! You know darn well I don't understand that slash bracket shit. I'll fill ya'll in when the soup is done brewing 😉
These days I've been feeling really techie. Me and the interenets have a real "intense" relationship. I absolutely love browsing and all the wonderful stuff that exists on line, love designing sites but when it comes to building sites, that part drives me a bit bonkers and I tend to hire a programmer for the dirty code stuff. I recently completed Temporary Gallery's site (with out a programmer) and like how it turned out so that inspired me to give dookyblog.com a facelift. I always intended dookyblog to be a stand alone site but out of I guess lazyness it ended up a blogger blog. I love google as much as the next person and was super happy when they aquired blogger because it made the whole interface alot easier to use, but like all good sweaters I out grew them and am in the beta staged of dookyblog.com still attempting to export my blogger blog to this one...worpress keeps telling me it should be easy but I beg to differ 😉 It's not like I can have only one pot on the stove...so I've takin' on junkprints.com too. Here's the goal for junkprints: Get a few items up and for sale directly through junkprints.com, while directing customers to my whole line which is showcased on etsy.com. Don't worry etsy, I'm not leaving you...just expanding. I tried OScommerce and zen cart as cart applications, and I was able to modify the CSS info to get the 'store' looking okay...but not great and I kept having strange security problems so for now I've settled on 'buy now' options for each item. (until I can find a snazzy PHP programmer who wants a bit of buisness) In the mean time These are screen shots of the site so far. Let me know yer thought...and any programmers out there, let's be friends!