Sometimes a plain website — not a blog — is exactly what you need when you have a finite number of pages that you want to share. If your information doesn’t need to be updated, a blog could be over-kill. A website would be ideal for the following:
Blogger is ideal for creating small websites
Even though Blogger is primarily used for Blogs, it’s also adaptable to building small websites. There are many plusses to using Blogger for this task.
Anyway, I created a one-page website for myself. My goal was to create a blank slate with no widgets, no footers, no sidebars, no image drop shadows — nothing but my stuff. I’ll show you how I did it in the screencast below. Best viewed in fullscreen, HD, volume ON. If the tutorial is not your kinda thing, it’s still worth watching for the music alone. THANK YOU, Allen Coté.
Oh by the way, if you’re wondering why I’m not recommending Google Sites, which is also free, it’s because it’s not as easy to customize and I want to do things the easiest way possible.
stationery textures tutorial
wallpaper collaboration with the graphics fairy (tutorial + free download)
distressed overlays (premium)
vintage polaroid (Allen Coté photo) by fuzzimo
faraco hand from dafont
typewriter basix from myfonts
script bt from myfonts
cheap pine from myfonts
belinda from myfonts