Well, being a minimalist, but non-geek, I appreciate its simplicity and flexibility.
For example, I can use the "admin" facility / plugin where I have a full dashboard, etc. But if I want to edit a page locally, I can do so and ftp the resulting edits to my web host.
I'm encountering a problem creating a blog section though, it's not as straightforward as Wordpress for example.
Well, I can create a Blog "parent "page, and entries (as "items" stemming from the parent), but a) I can't find a way to avoid a drop-down menu being created from the "Blog" link which show's every entry in it, instead of going to the parent (Blog) page and listing all the entries there.
I've asked about this on the forum, but have had no response.
It adds a lot more controls for people like me with little coding skills. In there you'll find... templates (though I feel like Grav uses that word for something else). So I can have a "normal" blog page and say an image gallery blog page.
Sorry if that doesn't make sense. I am new to Grav as well. Got the site up & didn't retain a lot.
I'll let you know (about the gallery). I'm trying to persuade my wife to not be so shy about her amazing iPad art.
What kind of audio experiments did you have in mind?
@voidspace Well, I call them experiments because my self-esteem is too low to consider myself an artist when it comes to music. 😔 I have a pair of Teenage Engineering Pocket Operators that I want to play with more to make music. I also want to take a friend's Youtube series and create a composition using the sounds in her videos.
That (particularly the YouTube composition) sounds like an awesome idea.
I'm a musician who calls themselves a non-musician. ;)
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