In one exercise I realized I had to use nth child, but completely forgot how to format it. I thought I could use ol-nthchild(3), when it should have been li: nth-child(3). Simple formatting like that is easy to forget in just two weeks, and I’m realizing that I’m not as fluent as I once was. If I’m going to remain fluent in programming, I’m going to have to find a way to practice while I’m not working on something.
As for setting up my domain name and hosting, it was a little more challenging than I thought it would be. In the end, I’m glad I went with bluehost for my hosting, because after some small troubles logging in because of site maintenance, I was able to easily install my WordPress blog by following a few simple instructions. I was surprised by a phone call from bluehost, which was fairly personal and asked me about my site and gave me tips for improving it, along with making sure that I didn’t have any problems. (Most importantly, they told me that I could cancel at any time and get a full refund. For such great customer service, I might not pay anything at all for hosting in the end.) If you haven’t found hosting yet, I would definitely recommend bluehost.
Glad to hear things worked out well using a third-party hosting service!