Just recently, I moved from WordPress, for a reason that I should have primarily focused on writing instead of managing the site; plugins, systems, security, firewall, etc.
Quite a task on time management.
I wonder, If I learn Web Development, would that mean I would be able to create my own sites without the help of CMS, and don’t have to bother with that heavy but user-friendly platform again, AKA WordPress
It certainly is.
I discovered that I can host a static website for free on GitHub. They’re fast and secure, and the best part is, they’re free.
When I thought things couldn’t get any better, I found an article on the internet about a blazingly fast CMS made for GitHub.
It’s database-less and weightless, a headless CMS, Jekyll.
I look up Google to find out what those terms even mean, and so excited to find out they’re the ones I’m looking for.
I Instantly fell in love with a brief description of it.
Can’t wait the days till I’m familiar enough with programming that I can build my own site however I want.
It’s been a while since the last time I’m thrilled. I wish I’d learn this from a long time ago. If only I didn’t give up at that time …
Can’t wait to finally be able to deploy my own projects for people to use. At least, to solve my own problem no one gives the solution for.