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Latin and Lean website (drafts 1, 2 and...3)

Added on by Madeline Stevens.

Sandra is very interested in starting her own food blog and having a place to showcase and sell her future cookbook that she will be proudly calling Latin and Lean and everything in between (more on the choice of title later). 

Final draft:

This screenshot is my final draft of latinandlean.com using squarespace.com, which is very easy to use and it just does exactly what you need it to do. Very excited.     

This screenshot is my final draft of latinandlean.com using squarespace.com, which is very easy to use and it just does exactly what you need it to do. Very excited. 

 

Second draft:

This screenshot is my second draft of latinandlean.com using Wordpress.com. So it's technically just meant to be a blog, meaning the homepage is the blog when I'd prefer it be a static home page. My short lived plan was to map her '.com' to said blog for only $13 per year through Wordpress so she'd have something easy to work with on her own . 

This screenshot is my second draft of latinandlean.com using Wordpress.com. So it's technically just meant to be a blog, meaning the homepage is the blog when I'd prefer it be a static home page. My short lived plan was to map her '.com' to said blog for only $13 per year through Wordpress so she'd have something easy to work with on her own . 

First draft:

I used goDaddys website builder ($1/month) to create a simple site for Latin and Lean but it was difficult to work with. It was slow to respond, it would freeze to the point of not being able to get anything done. 

I used goDaddys website builder ($1/month) to create a simple site for Latin and Lean but it was difficult to work with. It was slow to respond, it would freeze to the point of not being able to get anything done.