It all started when I decided that my pages were starting to look a bit monotonous with the header, the white space below that and then the footer underneath. I thought that since the letters I would be posting were on white paper, it would be much more aesthetically pleasing if the white box was instead the same blue colour as the background. I searched around Weebly's website for answers and figured out I needed to create and add another page type to my options. Easy enough. So I did that, but apparently you also have to format the HTML code as well, otherwise you end up with a blank page with little hyperlinks in the top corner for your tabs. Not cool. I created a website once in high school using HTML, but that was in the late 90s so I needed a bit of a refresher. Two hours later I thought I had it figured out until I tried to change the header picture and the save options had been disabled. I got the spinny wheel of death and then my laptop died. I felt like throwing it across the room but instead threw in the towel.
That lasted about 10 minutes because all I could think about was that bland background and how horrible my little rays of sunshine were going to look on it. So I fiddled and googled and fiddled some more, and I won. That's right. I got my HTML code and my header too. Take that Weebly - hi-ya!