I host my own website and run a podcast from time to time.
The only reason I’m hosting a podcast is so I can show off my skills as a web developer.
I’ve been a full-time podcaster for years, and while my website is relatively new, it’s not without some quirks.
When I start a new podcast, I’ll often create a page for it.
This allows me to show off a bunch of content in the future.
I’ll also add links to the podcast page, so when people search for the podcast, they can easily find the podcast on my site.
But, I also know that the majority of people who come to my site will probably only find the link to the site in search results.
This means I’ll need to have some kind of structure to show my site visitors a way to get to the content.
So, how do I make sure my site’s content isn’t in search engine results when they go to my website?
That’s what I started to think about when I began working on a podcast.
I was just going to use a single-page site, and my content would look like this:If I were to try to host it on a new website, I’d have to create an entire page for each episode, and I’d need to add a lot of extra stuff.
I’d also have to put the whole site into the same domain.
To help keep things organized, I created a template of what I wanted to use to host my website.
This page will serve as my basic structure for my website:But the biggest challenge was that the template would need to be responsive.
It’d have the entire content of the site on the page, but it’d need some kind “hiding” feature to hide the navigation.
I started by thinking about a few things.
The first thing I had to think of was how to get the site to load on mobile devices.
For the first time in my career, I didn’t have any experience with building a website for mobile devices, so I figured that my site would probably be slow on mobile, so it might be best to build the site from scratch.
I decided to go with the classic static HTML approach, which is something that I’m pretty familiar with, so we’ll just use that:I put the content of my site in a folder called “assets.”
I didn´t even have to specify a name for the folder, since I already had a name already.
Next, I decided that I’d like to have a website-specific domain name.
For me, this is just a domain name that you can use for any website.
I’m not a domain expert, but I’ve used a few different domain names in the past.
I just thought I’d name it something that would stand out, so that people who might be interested in my website wouldn’t see the same content twice.
I used a domain generator for my domain name, but the domain name generator I use to create new domains is a bit limited, so this one was a little more flexible.
I added a subdomain to my domain, and set the site’s “author” to “guest” as the name of the website.
This makes it easy to add content that people can easily access.
I added a video to the website and a list of the hosts for my podcast.
Then, I added my podcast to the list of hosts.
This means that people will be able to go to the hosts page, and see the podcast’s host page.
If you’re hosting a website, you can do the same thing.
I then added my own audio, so people can listen to the podcasts that I’ve hosted.
It’s a bit weird at first, but then I get used to it.
This is a screenshot of a podcast episode of “The Oatmeal” that I host.
The hosts page on my podcast is on the right.
I also added my RSS feed, so you can find the latest episode of the podcast.
After I was done with the templates and assets, I did a little research to figure out what I needed to do to create the website for my site and how I could host it.
I first looked at some websites that I had built in the last couple of years and tried to figure what they looked like.
I found several that looked great, but there were some that were a bit too large for my needs.
After some digging, I found a couple of things that seemed to be worth looking into.
First, I wanted a website with a good interface that I could share with other podcasters.
I knew that I would need a basic website with basic elements, so the template I used for the website had to be simple.
I used a template that looked like this (for the host page):If I had created a website myself, I could have done this a bit more easily, but a lot more content is more efficient. I then