Website 101: Part 1Website 101
I am itching, just itching I tell you, to get back to the more meaningful, personal writing that I’m guessing you’d rather read just as much as I’d rather write.
However, I do want to make sure that we are all on the same page about this website: my vision for it and how it all works. There are specific purposes and meanings behind several elements, and I just want to make sure you know them!
For instance, the address. You’ll note it is not: “sarawalker.com.” Why? Because, this is not about me. This is about a revolution, a new way of looking at life. Ok, actually not a new way. Just a return to the oldest way – the way the ancient words of scripture encourage us to look at life. This is about a community of savorers, a community of people who want to encourage each other to hold on to the good.
One of my favorite things about the caringbridge site was of course the comments section. You all are tremendous writers yourselves and you all have tremendous stories of your own to tell. I have as much to gain from you as you do from me.
(Plus, I’m no cult leader. I’m not going to be asking you to drink the koolaid. Hence, it is not sarawalker.com)
But more on all this later.
For today’s lesson, please understand this:
If you want to be notified by an e-mail that I have put a new post on this site, you need to sign up to receive blog notifications.
**If you signed up before the site went live to be notified of its launch – this doesn’t automatically sign you up for blog post notification. Confusing, yes. Simple to correct: also yes.
(I cannot tell you how proud I am of myself for getting the above image onto this post. A brief pause to savor that I actually accomplished something like this on my own…)
That picture is to show you exactly where to correct this issue.
If you want to receive an e-mail when I post to the site, enter your e-mail address on the sidebar, right where that lovely red arrow is pointing. Then click the box that says “Get Blog Notifications”.
Hope that’s as clear as mud. If not, leave a comment and I can actually comment on your comment (another feature I am excited about because I couldn’t do that on CB!) and hopefully we can figure this thing out.