On 09/08/2022 08:35, hermeneutika wrote:
> many thanks to everyone for your thoughts. For the record i am hosting my own websites on my own webserver, a raspberry pi. So all i have to pay for is the domain name, and five volts for the rpi! I have no problems installing Wordpress on my webserver. Again this does not cost me anything.
The only problem with hosting your own website is - so far as I
understand things - that only person can access it at a time. (Can
someone who knows more confirm or deny that, please?) Major suppliers
have multiple servers and access points and so can cope with multiple
visitors. However there is no doubt that your solution is the cheapest
way to go.
> The main criticism that got to me was "do not reinvent the wheel". So yes i could do a wordpress install. or just use notepad.
I think I am correct in stating that the Raspeberry Pi has limited
memory, so you do not want the extravagant HTML that most commercial
products create (and I am guessing that Wordpress will be no exception).
HTML is extremely simple to learn, CSS is less simple but you can get by
> But the basic shell i now have disciplines me. I have the entire Bible on the website.And can add commentaries to each individual verse. fyi there are 31103 verses in the AV translation. 25 verses a day is just under 4 years!
I suggest that you will not want to comment on each and every verse.
Things might get a trifle repetitious dealing with the lists of names at
the start of Chronicles, for example.
> I might call it the working mans commentary, as i have no Bible College training, tho i do have a BSc Hon(Third) from the Open University. I take the prophet Amos as my role model?
If you want your output to be taken at all seriously, you will need to
polish up your spelling. There are two glaring mistakes in the above