I need to see if I can still post photos from my iPhone and have them formatted properly on Thesis 2.0. So, here’s a photo of a crappy parking job.
This is just a test post. I’m trying to get my thumbnails back on the main page. If you can see the sad little pug to the left it worked.
After a lot of thought I’ve decided to jump in with the DIY Themes for running the backend of my web site. I was using the older 1.85 version and now have updated to 2.0. My hope is it will make things simpler in the design. Of course this is going to take some
So we're heading to Las Vegas. for the trip I'm going to leave my trusted MacBook Air behind and go with an iPad or my iPhone 5. Should be fun. I picked up a nice Kenneth Cole bag today too so expect a review of that in the coming days. Blogsy will be my
Just set up an about.me page that works with this about.me WordPress widget. About.me is a free service that lets you create a beautiful one-page website that’s all about you and your interests. Upload a photo, write a short bio, and add your favorite social networks to show the world the big picture of
It’s been quite a week for those amongst us who thrive dwelling in the Internets toiletbowl. A week that saw trolls outed, bullies identified and arrested, and pedophiles busted. All this comes in the wake of anger over the suicide of bullied and tormented teenager Amanda Todd. It should, but doubtfully will, give second
I’m really hoping I can work with this one. I know there are some really beautiful and functional WordPress Themes out there but they have to work for me not the other way around. I enjoy writing as well as photography so I need something that can do both. I re-installed Thesis 1.8.5 and
Testing to see how we’ll the new WordPress app works with photos.
notfound.org has come up with a way to turn your 404 errors into a wonderful tool to help find missing children. You just need to install a few lines of code into your 404 template and save it. For every error on your site visitors go to they can see a missing child poster.
Creating a MySQL database to use with your WordPress blog is actually much easier than it sounds. If you’ve gone the route of using your own hosting company, which I strongly recommend, you simply login to your CPanel (usually found at www.example.com/cpanel). Almost all web hosting companies offer MySQL database creation via CPanel and