Oregon Sustainable Beekeepers web site…
This could be a web site for us if you all think it is a good idea. What I would suggest is that those that wish to add content or modify the site, send me an e-mail and I will add you to the list of Authors, Editors or Administrators, depending on what makes sense after I figure it out.
I added our mission statement to the About page.
This is the no-cost way to go – using the oregonsustainablebeekeepers.wordpress.com URL. For $17/year we could lock in the same URL without the “.wordpress” in it.
WordPress is easy to use and would allow us to collaboratively add content. Those with creative energy could help systematize the layout, get us a nicer header picture, change “Themes” if desired, etc. I just picked something that I thought had promise.
There are lots of things to mess with – and it can be fun if you have too much time on your hands.
From my limited blog experience, WordPress is set up for either specific Pages or Posts. Pages are best for static information. Posts work better for more dynamic content. Using Categories on posts allows you to have Menu items that will refer to all of the Posts in a Category. For instance, we might want content on Diseases, Nutrition, Toxic Chemicals, Methods, etc. Then the menu tabs at the top of the page could be linked to these categories and it makes finding content pretty easy.