Welcome to my website. This is a first post, also known as a “hello world” blog post.
In this blog post, I am saying “hello” to you, out there, as a fellow inhabitant of our planet.
Other than that, I would be interested to know a bit about you. Leave a comment below, saying something interesting you found out this week, or, in other words, answer the question “what’s new with you?”
Some things about this website, and me, you might not have known immediately, but all of which are true facts:
- This website is built on WordPress, the world’s most popular CMS;
- This website is built using the “default” WordPress theme which was in place at the time I made it, which is namely the Twenty seventeen, theme.
- Despite the above fact, I am a WordPress developer! I can and do build custom themes – or, more appropriately, oversee the development of custom themes for clients – over at Silicon Dales;
- I am a WordPress & WooCommerce developer – though this information is in the site tag line;
- You can hire me to work on WordPress websites, here.
- I originally registered this website when I stood in local Government elections (one of which I did win)
- I did not stand for re-election at the end of my term as a local councillor, and therefore I had this domain to re-purpose for other things;
- I decided to blog occasionally about development, e-commerce, and other general items as and when they crop up;
- If you’d like to be notified of any future updates to this site, follow me on Twitter and I’ll post a link to any new items of content.
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