Thank you! I really mean it: thank you! You say the nicest things about this website and its content, whether it’s genuine or not. I would love to promote your businesses and publish your kind words but you know as well as I do, that it would quickly destroy the value of Real Talk World (RTW) as a place for seriously exploring the nature of Being and Creation which, for me, is the ultimate frontier, my ultimate goal.
Pete’s Story Room is my personal story and study room because much of what I was told in life didn’t square with my own thoughts, feelings, and experiences, including dreams and visions. Realtalkworld.com, like a diary, allows me to share what I’m learning and experiencing, both in life and alternate states of consciousness. It also allows me to publish material from inner sources of consciousness like Seth, channeled by Jane Roberts (deceased in 1984), The Arcturian Council, channeled by Daniel Scranton, and The Archangels, channeled by Jodie Helm.
As one person, I’m doing the best I can with what I know and learning more to do better. Do you want to do the best you can with what you know and learn more to do better? Why not? This way, we all become Conscious Creators. We are all in this together – partners in evolution.
To answer your questions:
“What platform are you using?” WordPress, along with Thesis. WordPress not only creates their own software, they host it as well. I use a different hosting company and included Thesis, because of its focus on speed. Images require more pixels than text, which takes articles longer to load. Like many decisions, it’s a judgment call. It also helps if you know how to minimize the code in each article you post. Some Editors add unnecessary code to articles, which not only slows down loading, it clutters up the landscape as well.
I have no answers for the other technological questions you asked. Sorry I can’t help you.
Again, thank you for the encouragement of your kind words and remember, beyond the laws of man, there is no right or wrong, good or bad; there just IS. There is the difference between what we like and don’t like, what works for us and what doesn’t, what makes us happy and what doesn’t, in our oneness with and separation from All That Is, as both products of creation and creation itself.