About the Watchman’s Post

//About the Watchman’s Post

Well, after three weeks The Watchman’s Post has gotten settled into a new home.  Had I known how much tedious work was going to be involved with the move I may have just kept the site where it was . But that’s the way it is with everything, isn’t it? And the work is not done. You might notice many of the articles still do not have graphics – not that that is all important. But that was part of the tedium, locating all the images that were associated with several hundred posts. And I just realized that some articles in the Isaiah series went missing. It will probably take me a few more weeks to find all the missing bits and pieces. 

Mind you, I was not dissatisfied with the the previous site. I liked the layout better. But it had some issues that prevented the search engines from ranking it has they had in the past. I will not bore you with the details.

Also, you may have noticed that the book is on a separate site now.

As regards the Disqus commenting system, it is as new to me as it may be to you. So, bear with me. What I can tell you is that, although it may seem as if you are posting a comment to this site, the Disqus comments that appear on any given post are actually posted on the Disqus server and only are displayed here as a feed, much the same as the Twitter feed. For that reason sometimes it may take awhile for comments to appear after they are posted. 

Oh, and I intend to set up separate mobile sites for the book versions and this site. Responsive don’t really make it. That should speed things up for mobile viewers. 

 

That’s about it. 

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2016-12-08T15:11:23+00:00 July 27th, 2015|Sidenotes|1 Comment
  • Robert the site change is looking to be well worth all of your hard work. I usually share much of your articles and videos on multiple accounts I mostly use google and face book and so I love how easy you have made your work to share with the new share Discussions buttons such as google face book and twitter all in one place under the articles at hand. you have done so much in just three short weeks and it looks wonderful! you really have kept so much in mind concerning friendly usability and ease of access. I have to say im very happy I don’t have to be logged into multiple accounts any more with multiple opened windows going back and forth between browsers to share your work you really did I great job and I am so greatful to you for all of your hard work. Jehovah has truly blessed you and I know you have made Jehovah smile apon and bless all of your hard work. thank you again Robert and may Jehovah continue to bless you and smile apon you.

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