Working on new website

Hi and I'm not sure if I like this font for everything.
Nope.
Hmmmmmm...
I, um...

(fonts may not display correctly on all devices)

OK. But this is not really my favorite. 
(This font should look like Arial minus the text 
under Updates.)
So... I'm working on my new website now!




Designed with Autodesk Sketchbook

I hope to release the new website soon! 
Why am I making a new website? 
This website is actually a blog made using Blogger
Using it is supposed to simplify the process but there are 
limitations that also apply for every website/blog creator. First of all, 
you probably can't do anything really fancy. For example, 
you can't hope to make a system using web accounts that will 
actually allow any special functions like favorite posts. Also, if you want your 
website to look nice, website/blog creators claim that they got it all! ...but they 
don't. For example, Blogger doesn't really have Material Design, a design 
language that makes components like flat sheets of paper with shadows, a unique 
click effect, animations, and more! I am very fond of Material Design. I also want additional 
fonts which are not available in some website/blog creators (like Blogger). How am 
I going to get all of this into a real website without a website creator? The 
answer is by using the programming language for the web: HTML. I will 
also use CSS (for styling) and Javascript (which is NOT the same thing as Java). 
Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments and have a great day!

UPDATE: The new website is out as a Blogger blog because the "Blogger Team" added Material Design to Blogger. It may not have all the planned functionality, but I learned recently that those functionalities can be added using HTML and Javascript (usually with some CSS). YAY!

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