Tutorials on blogging personas & using Gutenberg blocks with WordPress.com. From a post written to a friend new to blogging and WordPress. He has a worthwhile project and a WordPress.com website to minimize costs and maintenance. He also is new to blogging and websites. I’ve edited anything personal for his privacy. As I mentioned to… Continue Reading Using Best Tutorials of Gutenberg Blocks & Personas in WordPress.com
An overview of the logic behind what I do and the solutions to three common issues I see. It may raise more questions than answers. if so ask away. Continue Reading Three Common Website Problems I fix at Scott’s Web Shop: Slide Deck
Fonts are classified as Serif & sans-serif. Urban Fonts has created a helpful, funny at times, infographic that shows the difference. Continue Reading Easily See the Difference Between Serif & Sans-serif Fonts
Discovered contact us form in Joomla 2.5 was broken badly. Time to replace plugin or use Joomla’sbuilt-inn form. Decided to use Joomla’s form to keep site light. I set up a form for the client using Joomla 2.5’s contact form. She liked how it looked and worked. But – it breaks when viewed in smart phones.
Background – How to be More Productive I’m spending a lot of time looking at tools and ways to improve my workflow – to get more done, to work smarter. Inspired by a post by Danny Schreiber of Zapier, I redid some of my workflow processes. Zapier is a workflow tool that connects apps together as when you add… Continue Reading Simply Improving Your Productivity
From Understanding Progressive Enhancement, by Aaron Gustafson, October 7th, 2008 (http://alistapart.com/article/understandingprogressiveenhancement). An old article but a clear explanation of moving from graceful degradation (creating for the latest browsers and leaving those using older browsers with meager content) to focusing on content while not neglecting style.