It’s the Next Big Thing. Here’s a slideshow from a presentation I did on blogging.
This is seemed pretty easy. The desktop app for WordPress, “Calypso,” turns out to be a snap to install. Doing anything more complicated gets to be, well, complicated. It’s got a long way to go before I’d turn a client loose on it.
If I could send a message to myself in the past….
Google developed special miniaturized cameras to do a street view of the world’s largest model railroad system. There goes my afternoon.
Another boring Divi post. But as I keep discovering more middling-to-advanced things that need to be done, new problems arise. Today it’s a problem with how rows and columns wrap on a smaller screen. So look here: For this site, a portfolio for an illustrator and cartoonist, we want to break up the monotony of: […]
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?). But it’s a recursive thing.
I’m trying to make a simple customization to an Elegant Themes product, and their own support forums are giving two highly dubious responses.
I was trying to do a radio-button select form for an evaluation, the kind where there’s a question and then a series of buttons for “agree,” “somewhat agree” and “disagree.”
The default Bootstrap code made it a mess, so here are a few styles you can add to neaten it up.
There’s a couple of little things you can do with a little elbow grease and the Google. We’ve changed the header around, organized the portfolio module better, replicated the contact information bar in a footer widget, added next/previous links to our portfolio items. Hope this helps someone.
Or is it just me. Now that 1/4 of the web sites in the world are using it, and most of them are probably downloading the upgrade package along with various theme and plugin upgrades, things are a little bit slow today.
This time, Evolve. A somewhat overwhelming array of options, many of which make the site look overdone.