In March 2013, at WordUp Pompey! we looked at requirements for gallery and slideshow plugins.
Do you have a WordPress website and a separate WordPress blog?
Do you want to create an image link from the website to the blog?
Here’s a reminder of how to change your Copyright statement for your WordPress website for 2012
WordPress 3.3 officially came available today. So now I need to confirm that the plugins that I recommend still work on 3.3. Below is the list of plugins that I’m going to install on a brand new site: www.thehypno-coach.co.uk
Some themes, such as coraline, support custom header images. You can upload an image of your choice to be displayed by default and then for each page or post can set a featured image to be displayed instead of the default.
But are there plugins that enable you to do this when your theme doesn’t?
Bobbing Wide will investigate…
These are all technical terms used in WordPress, HTML and so on.
Using Artisteer 3 it is very easy to create websites with CSS formatted drop down menus. But the default implementation sets the menus to a standard width. I wanted to set the width to cater for the menu link text width.
Acronyms are great
when they come in letters 3.
There’s easy one’s like ICL, IBM, BBC
My job means that I learn new ones
there surely ain’t a TLA
that I don’t think I know.
But what keeps me so int’rested
it makes me “feel alive”
is when an acronym is spelt with
letters numb’ring FIVE
A new one that I’ve come up with,
for 4N gals and chaps,
is my new take on SMO
the acronym is FLAPS
F for Follow
L for Like and
A for Aggregate
P to Publish when the post
has changed from its draft state
But most of all we like to
The fact can’t be denied.
So if that’s what you want to do,
Come see me Bobbing Wide
Bobbing Wide develop websites using Drupal as well as WordPress
Having implemented a new home page for www.bobbingwidewebdesign.com using the [ bw_block] shortcode (in oik version 1.2) and the new theme from end August, I realised that my featured images were no longer visible in the sidebar.. They had been in the right hand sidebar… which is no more. So I re-introduced the featured-image-widget into the left sidebar. Then I found that I needed to make the sidebar a little wider.
A selection of WordPress and Drupal sites developed by Bobbing Wide in the early years.
For more recent work please visit the official portfolio at http://bobbingwide.com/blog/portfolio.