Hey all, I’ve been working here for quite a few years now to put up the first version of the 28 ebooks that are available free on the forum, as well as creating the published website version at the Beta Version of GameSquire: The Wonderful World of Gaming website. So now just letting you guys and gals know that this is really my first time taking a ‘break’ on building the GameSquire: The Wonderful World of Gaming.
Also I’ve done research, and ask for some help on vary websites and social sites about WordPress do to recent issues with this platform, I am planning to redo the Beta Version of GameSquire: The Wonderful World of Gaming website when I come back building GSQ. The reason why I am redoing this is because of the 8,000+ Pages of Cheats and Codes that has been published is likely why I am having loading problems (and other problems that might crawl up) in the Back End of WordPress.
It appears to be fine when your viewing the site, but for me to make further updates, I have to figure out a way to re-build it, without having the site to load very slowly in the long run (like it did with WordPress). I am leaning more and more towards using pure HTML, I’ve read that doing large projects like this one has loading times almost 10 times quicker if they are built on using HTML Coding than with the use of a platform like WordPress.
Don’t freak though, as you may notice that the recent blog posts here, I’ve switched beta.gamesquire.info to a different URL beta-old-version.gamesquire.info, so in that way, when Beta.Gamesquire.info has been restarted, the work that was done already would be still there until I’ve got everything back up on beta.
Personally, I am not against WordPress, but after all it is a “Blogging Software” not a “Website Builder”, and a lot of elements of WordPress is hinged around HTML anyway. I’ve also read that Search Engines like Google likes Blog Posts and SEO more than Pages when using the WordPress Platform as well, which contradicts what I’ve got planned for Beta.GameSquire.info so there’s a few reasons I’ve read that HTML may be better here.
I hadn’t started yet though, and like I said this is really the first time for me for taking a break here, but that’s whats the plan here at GameSquire when the time comes. In the mean time enjoy the free 28 ebooks that is available right now on the forum and beta-old-version.gamesquire.info.