Websites and Techie Stuff

I feel like I have made some forward progress lately. I managed to successfully map my blog to a subdomain of my domain (look up top. It says blog.thepanamaadventure.com! Cool eh?)  It may sound straightforward in the directions, but of course if there’s one thing out of place, the computers have no idea what you are talking about. And, there is always one thing out of place, if not more. But, with a lot of reading and a bit of help from a great tech support gal at GoDaddy, it worked.

I want to use the domain and website to organize information, so this is why I put the blog on a subdomain. I get quite a few inquiries from people thinking about moving out of their home countries, thinking of moving to this part of the world, or to this country or area specifically. I remember how I devoured whatever I could find before we moved, and how much I wished there was more information on a variety of things when I got here. So, at this point, the website is in the very beginning stages of development, but perhaps it will become more useful as I have time to work on it and more experience living here.

At some point I’ll probably use it to showcase some of my favorite photos as well, and who knows what other interests may make their way to my website. It’s fun having an internet space to use for whatever you want to put there.

So, when I’m not taking photos, studying Spanish, doing chores, having fun, and spending time with my friends, I’ve been dusting the mothballs off the techie part of my brain and doing some other things.

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About Kris Cunningham

We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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5 Responses to Websites and Techie Stuff

  1. Sunni Morris says:

    Kris,

    Good for you! I think this is needed.

    You’ve certainly shared a lot with me through private email. I appreciate all your insight and I know others will too.

    I use GoDaddy too for my website (as a writer of fiction novels) and I love them – very smart people.

    Sunni

  2. joeltc1 says:

    Linking things together must be challenging but you did it and I’m happy and proud for you!

    • kristc99 says:

      Thank you! Once we spotted the problem, it all fell into place. And, now that things are functional, you can help me fill it in with content ;)

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