If you’re able to read this, then you know our new home address: gregg-shorthand.com! 🙂
I will be updating this post with WordPress or any other blog-related information. If you have any questions about WordPress navigation or usage, use the comments below.
Just testing out by posting. Good luck with the rest of the transition, Carlos! Hope it goes smoothly for you!
Thank you! At least I think the comments are working.
I’m just testing too.
Well, things are working strangely. If I just log in, I can’t post a message, even though the site recognizes me as being online with it. But if I access my profile, which entails logging in a second time, then I can post.
I noticed that too. If you login from the login page (https://gregg-shorthand.com/login), you won’t have a problem, because it automatically takes you to your profile. If you use the widget on the left and try to login, it will ask you again for your password when you comment.
I may take down the widget if I don’t find out what’s going on.
Great to see the cool new site 🙂
Thanks for stopping by! I hope it motivates others to write Gregg!
Wishing the new home the Best!
Hi – I can't seem to work out how to create a new post. Can anyone help?
Hello! I've just joined the blog. I'm looking forward to making use of the learning materials and discussions here as I begin my journey. Thank you!
Awesome Blake, and welcome to the blog!
Hello – I'm new to this blog and wanted to introduce myself. My name is Sonia, but I go by Curly and I'm excited to be joining this forum. A while back I had picked up a used book at a yard sale, Gregg Shorthand (Diamond Jubilee Series), and thought to myself, "One day I will learn this". Well most recently I rediscovered the book and dusted it off and felt enthusiastic about learning this skill. I'm an older student, so I know it will be challenging to get into the swing of things, but I'm hoping that I'll be able to have the vigor to see this through. With the tips that Carlos has graciously offered already, I'm looking forward to getting started and be able to use shorthand at work one day. Thank you.
Awesome Curly, and welcome to the blog!