For what it's worth, your website could be devided up like this.
A Home page with some brief introduction
A CV page listing your skills
A Project or portfolio page showing off any online projects you have completed
A Services page to tell everyone what you can do for them
A Contact page, so that people find a way to get in touch.
maybe an About page, if you want to tell something about yourself.
Ger's idea of using the 'Read more' code is good thinking, especially for the long list of your qualifications, and if you want to mention the schools you have been studying at, as you once mentioned in earlier posts when we last had contact.
I now have the question how does my grid layout look like?. How many rows can I in any page design and how many columns?.
What made template can I use best with the design of my website?
See the project summary in the previous post here
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