We’re doing our regular summer housecleaning on blogs, and since last week we’ve archived a lot of them. Here are the general criteria we used, and what to do if we made an error.
Your blog or site can be accessible right out of the box.
This is the long-awaited, much-discussed (at least if you follow WordPress closely) “Try Gutenberg” prompt. Gutenberg is the next-generation editing tool, which is going to replace the classic editor we’re all used to. As of the next release, a few months from now, it will be the default.
A collection of free stock-photo and -illustration sites, resources you can use for your own projects.
A few nice new features in this release.
Pullquotes, footnotes and help with accessibility.
We’ve noticed a spate of lost-password requests lately. There are a few things you should try if you’re having trouble remember yours.
There might come a time when you’re authoring your blog that you notice something strange. Your post should look like this:
But instead it looks like this:
This page (http://www.blogtyrant.com/how-to-find-imagess-for-your-blog/) is a nice resource on using images on your site. There are suggestions for file formats and sizes, plugins to use, branding considerations, copyright and where to find royalty-free or public domain images that are ready to use.
Elegant Themes has just released a plugin that gives you all the functionality of the page builder built into the Divi theme, allowing you to use its advanced page-builder features in most any theme you choose. As in the full theme package, the Builder comes with a set of ready-made layout options, and many content modules that you place with a drag-and-drop interface.
We’ve got you covered.
Slideshow sets for this year’s WordPress 101 and WordPress 201 sessions.
One of the things you can do in the Vertex theme is put a WordPress widget anywhere you like. These can be just blocks of text, or they can utilize any of the features that your plug-in set might provide.