Hello My name is Alhassan Sibdow taking webcraft course on the P2P platform
I have just made a post on blog. Please find some time to view it and will be inspired you did.
This course will become read-only in the near future. Tell us at community.p2pu.org if that is a problem.
Your blog and website mentioned in the introduction post are both done in a content management system (CMS) like Wordpress. The CMS makes it easy to post stuff. But you are only in partial control of the site. The CMS does the heavy lifting for you and you just need to make the text.
Keep at it. Don't hesitate to call out for help.
Your P2PU-related blog is an important part of the cycle in this set of activities. In the blog, you will "reflect" on what you do in the course. The peer group may really benefit from your posts, especially if you describe both your successes and the struggles and stumbles you had along the way.
Because this is mainly a self motivated set of tasks, the feedback you get may be intermittent. It is a good idea to get used to doing internet searches for the topic you need help with. Post your problems, here or in your blog. Some people will respond. Sometimes you'll need patience. There is no staff watching the comments and no set of teaching assistants waiting to help.
Not sure what you mean by "re direct me to the first lesson." This comment exchange is the process of introducing yourself to the peer group. Read not only comments linked to you, but other ones, too. Try connecting with peers by responding to their blogs and comments here. Build a support group by participating.
For a quick review of the tasks ahead, look at the starting page again. https://p2pu.org/en/schools/school-of-webcraft/sets/webmaking-101/
Here's a little about myself and my reasons for embarking on this journey :-)
Here's some info about me and my reasons for joining this course.
Here's a little info about me and my reasons for joining Wecraft: http://stevo39x.blogspot.com/2014/02/webcraft.html