Finally got around to revamping geekwagon.net's main page with my new "structure is important" goal in mind. The more I get to know PHP the better I understand how powerful it can be. My infinite noobness actually had me going to all the pages and making changes. This was fine for a while, when I had 2 pages. Now that I am expanding and learning I know I can have a file named head.php with the line
link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://geekwagon.net/home/common/stylesheets/current_stylesheet.css"
Then when or if I ever want to change my style sheet I don't have to go and change it on every page. Every page I make just does a file_get_contents. Then if I want to try a new style sheet just go change the line in head.php.
I'm sure I'm the last person on the planet to figure this out. It also feels like I'm reinventing WordPress. Albeit, a really simple version for slow people like myself. Either way, I am learning and that is what is important.
Side note: omgthx for updating post interface Blogger/Google/whoever you are. We can write post using most of the browser window instead of that little useless box!