Progress on World Clinic and 7-Day Crash Revision #wabwm

Pretty decent day yesterday, in spite of the persistent headaches and intermittent icepick migraines.

Got 1380 words on Create A World Clinic, and did some additional organization and structuring to make sure it will be easy to use, and got a lot of the backend built for the 7-Day Crash Revision Workshop.

“Building backend” is setting up pages, doing course layout for clarity and ease of use, setting up every single download as a button…things like that. I’m building documentation and a checklist at the same time, so the next time I do it, it won’t be so difficult. Putting together this little course is teaching me the process ahead of setting up HTTS Ultra.

Still have to build all the worksheets for 7-Day Crash-Revision Workshop. I’m adapting it from its original form be a little broader in scope, and it’ll be 100% upgradeable to HTRYN for folks who need the full in-depth process.

Onward.

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3 comments… add one
  • PT Feb 7, 2013 @ 15:40

    What is HTTS Ultra going to be?

    • Holly Feb 7, 2013 @ 17:36

      The multi-platform (PDF, Kindle, ePub) lessons, EVERYTHING from the old course, the Walkthrough, all the bonuses, the Student Bookstore… Couple other things I can’t remember right now. Migraine.

  • Jen of Hens Jan 15, 2013 @ 6:47

    636 words for me so far today. Feel good about my progress now that Tolkein and I have gone our separate ways.

    Holly – glad you defined “building backend” – sounds way more professional than what I thought when I first read it (I thought it meant eating cookies while sitting for a long period of time in front of the computer – I know I’ve built my own backend that way!)

    So looking forward to the World clinic!

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