Here (will be the link) to the video presentation. Below is the code for my pattern library including some css to go along in the Customizer.
I work for myself alone at home mostly… the dear husband (DH) is also here. So my schedule and life are not much different since the social distancing started. But already I’m bored.. AND I learned this cool thing, which I’m sharing now. How to change the size and color of your cursor (on a … Continue reading “I keep losing my cursor”
When people know what will happen next, they are more likely to go along for the ride.
I don’t like to get in a car and randomly drive. I don’t necessarily need to know exactly where I’m going: it could just be “let’s see what’s up this road.”
Carlisle WordPress Meetup October 9, 2019
Maybe, if you’re lucky, you’ll get pocket change A lot of people talk about starting a blog and making millions from ads. But think about those click bait stories on Facebook. How long do you wait for the ads to load before you see what that celebrity looked like at 10 years old… and then, … Continue reading “Get rich from ads on your site? NOT!”
You think you have links to other sites set appropriately.
But they keep showing 404 errors when visitors click on them.
In the big picture of life, you MUST upgrade to WP 5.0. Future security and bug fixes will depend on your having the latest version of the program.
Session slides from Baltimore WordCamp 2018
This is an updated version of my talk “Make WordPress Your Friend!”
Hope you learn stuff. I’d hate it if it weren’t useful.
Content Editing in WordPress: Now and …INTO the FUTURE Comparing the existing (now called Classic) editor with the soon to be released Gutenberg editor WordCamp Lehigh Valley WordCamp 2018 There are lots of differences. Existing users will have to learn the changes. New users seem to like it as it is. Thanks to all the … Continue reading “Gutenberg vs Classic Editor”