Who doesn’t love list web sites? I remember pushing — hard — for one back in 2003 (it didn’t go anywhere so who cares if I was a visionary?). Here’s a page of 55 Web Design Blogs to Follow. You know what I like? They link to the most-popular posts on those blogs and half of them are also “list” articles — “10 UX Design Trends You Shouldn’t Overlook in 2015” or “11 Free Material Design WordPress Themes to Spice Up your Blog.”
Consider this site title: It’s a little hard to tell, but I’ve set it up so that the two words, “Itchy” and “Banquet,” have different CSS styles. As far as I know, WP simply spits out the title into a div or h1 or whatever and it is what it is. Our needs were different […]
I use the E-Dynamics Events Made Easy plugin for several WordPress sites, and it is in fact pretty easy to set up and then display basic-basic lists of events. But it can do more, and It’s not quite as “easy” as advertised, though it’s pretty cool once you roll up your sleeves and start trying things out.