First thing I tried was re-linking, that did not work. I tried changing out images (most of my links were attached to images) and re-linking, that did not work. The frustration was building. But I also discovered some of the newer content was just fine, like my Sheriff Roy Adventures. I begin to pick up on the fact that all the problem links had one thing in common, they all used a tool that was no longer in the Weebly tool palette. See...when I first built the site, there use to be a tool that you could dragon on to the page that contain a Title, Text and Photo element. Weebly did away with that one for some reason in one of their updates. Since I didn't see any change in the look of my pages, I didn't think anything about it. The truth is, I have no idea how long my links haven't been working. I have probably been ticking viewer off for some time now.
It took me about 8 solid hours to fix everything, but as far as I can tell, It is all working once more. My fix has really changed the look of the website quite a bit because of all the "buttons" I have added. The nice thing about having a separate element for the link is that if something happens down the road, at least I won't have to replace everything like I did this time. What a pain. I certainly apologize to anyone that came to my site and was frustrated by a total lack of navigation.
WELL... Tonight is the monthly SSCC Club Meeting in Cincinnati. I've been looking forward to it since the last one in December. It is a time when I can get together with a great group of folks and talk about the hobby, see what people have been working on and maybe even do a little trading. We do have a good time. There are some talented folks in the club. There's Panzercommander, who always brings some of his finely detailed WWII figures for all of us to drool over. He really works at the accuracy and it shows in every figure he does. There's Amaral, who excels at painting and weathering figures and has some great techniques that I have never seen anywhere else. And there is Dr. Zorkon, who has this incredible imagination and the ability to see interesting diorama pieces in the most ordinary everyday items. I am just amazed at stuff he builds. I could go on and on... each and every club member brings some unique insight and talent to the group and the whole is better than the sum of its parts. Well... you will have to go over to the SSCC website sometime later this week to see pictures from the meeting. That's another thing I always do for every meeting... take my camera.