My Troubles With Word-press Styles

Everything began in the late 90's. I desired to place some information o-n my internet site. A record. A list of future events. I started with simple HTML. One-page, with sections for each article. Simple.

Then I learned about 'websites' and 'blogging.' Being smart, I picked Word-press, the most used application. How clever, I thought. If you have the WYSIWYG editor going, anyone can put up an internet site. Very democratic.

This inspired my to post my outermost thoughts; o-n London, politics, and personal gripes. Being a web-master, I watched to see Google index them. 'Here we go', I thought, 'quickly, my gems of extrospection will belong to the ages.'

Except Google did not like my website. It would perhaps not index much beyond the front page. Why, why, why?

Duplicate information? I set it to put just one post per-page.

No improvement.

I looked at what Google was indexing. Then I looked at the blog HTML. To compare additional information, consider peeping at: que es linklicious. Shortly, all became clear.