This Table of Contents (ToC) implementation uses only pure HTML and CSS. Free WordPress.com users should hone in on the HTML aspects of the tutorial, ignoring the CSS.
Free WordPress.com users can use CSS inline by adding the coding within the post editor. Others will place the styles inside a CSS style sheet or the CSS Customization area. Either way, a frequent use of CSS involves styling blockquotes.
Woot! Fab new / improved WordPress iOS Share Sheet extensions. Personal verdict? Oooo baby!
2 tips. You can now order the sections within your Pinterest boards as well as their Pins. Plus, the quick way to add marker-style highlighting within your page or blog post.
Convert WordPress categories ←→ tags the easy / quick way.
TL;DR A seat-of-the-pants grrr discovery: including certain emojis within the iOS WordPress client, title or body, can trigger weirdness. Learn … More
How to change the default color Google assigns to its embedded calendars.
This week, I learned something new about the sidebar widgets. While I’ve long noticed a “visibility” setting within the widget … More
The page provides the code. Your only homework mission: chase google for your preferred colors. Source: How to Make a … More
Do NOT overlook this gem
Sometimes we NEED a desktop to tame WordPress Admin. ChromeBooks satisfy.
WordPress.com has deprecated the “Press This” bookmarklet. Personal opinion: an intensely user-hostile decision.
A step-by-step guide, with screenies!
WordPress.com users enjoy 3 options to show coming attractions, a/k/a an Editorial Calendar. Neither plug-in nor premium account is required. Details follow.