“How fast are you going now?” asks the mobile notice…
Where are the phone
I currently have installed nine plugins. The experts say you should keep plugins to a minimum for performance reasons, but I consider all nine to be essential.
Here they are, in alphabetic order:
This is a simple, undemanding plugin that does what it’s supposed to do.
For those longer articles, easy to use shortcode.
Smart Maintenance Mode
When changing the structure of a WordPress site, putting it in maintenance mode is a courtesy to your users.
A neat widget that can use text, images, etc as […]
“The first rule of Thesaurus Club is you do not talk, prattle, whisper, chatter, mumble, rant, articulate, babble, describe, divulge, drone, confer, deliberate, squeal, speak, utter, verbalise, or converse about Thesaurus
“A frail risk analyst rediscovers his inner frontiersman in a devastating flood that hits Manhattan; an insightful rural woman glimpses the grace of god in the revelations of biological science; genetically engineered hominids who purr themselves to wellness inherit a devastated Earth.
All of these plots belong to the genre of “cli-fi”. Which is to say that climate fiction is anything but predictable – which makes sense, given the unprecedented changes it attempts to address.
Cli-fi is the latest literary genre – […]
I’m told I should use post names in the URLs for this site instead of the default setting of /?p=123.
Before trying it on a live site, I thought I’d better test it elsewhere first. I have a test site on my PC running in a wamp environment. It was set up with the default permalink. I’ve changed it to /postname/, /%postname%/, and /%category%/%postname%/, and when I click a post title it shows the correct URL in the title bar, but it […]
The good old
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