Are you satisfied with the WordPress “prompt thumbnail” screenshot? Is it possible to customize the thumbnail? Should our branding be represented?
Yesterday, I had looked at my follow button because I don’t like how it placed and it’s style. I needed a way to hide and show the follow my blog button. In fact, my inspiration came from the original style. So, I started googling for helpful WordPress Plugins. For example, I need a way to attach my follow button to the bottom right and fade it when the user scrolls the mouse wheel. Despite my journey with WordPress support, I managed to find a few plugins/CSS to help me achieve the result I needed. Here is a list of useful items that helped me…
The other day I was troubleshooting WordPress comments. Stoner and I were discussing artwork, but she pointed out that if somebody clicks my name they go to the wrong place. Also, I was under the impression that we were both viewing the comments from the desktop. Yet, Stoner was viewing the comments from the reader. For example, after a fury of images being sent back and forth, I learned that she was correct in saying that site was not right. In fact, she was navigating to a site called grimreaper01.wordpress.com. As a result, I spoke to WordPress support and they pointed out that I needed to go to my account setting and just update a few fields. Thus, the moral of the story is use screenshots! I think we spent a few hours in plain confusion (see Worker Bee Story below).
Sign Language with Simsigns Ever since I got involved with programming I was always interested in learning new languages, but I didn’t get into all of them, like sign language. Then I met somebody who needed help getting her signs out into the world-wide-web. She sought to teach others through technology because everyone is movingContinue reading “Sign Language with Simsigns”