We’ve being using the updated WordPress dashboard, a work in progress since early last month and I’m giving this dashboard makeover a thumbs up.
No new features have been added and the arrangement has stayed the same but they’ve painted it black and readability has been improved. Continue reading
I’m eagerly awaiting activation of this custom colors feature on free themes. There are some themes that I would be using now, if we had the ability to set custom colors without having to pay for a custom design upgrade, but we don’t, yet. Click through to see the image here Yellow Fonts, Contrast, And Clarity. Continue reading
Blogs are as different from each other as bloggers interests are, but widgets are commonly used to add content and features to sidebars and or footer areas on any blog. They can also provide navigation to content located deeper than the front page in any blog. Continue reading
Desktop and laptop computers have long been a staple in middle and high schools but that is rapidly changing. Schools across the USA are spending billions on various kinds of technology for the classroom and aren’t investing only in computer stations and keyboards. Continue reading
The growth of mobile use shows no signs of slowing. A new report suggests by the end of 2013, there will be more mobile devices on Earth than people.
Mobile data traffic worldwide will increase 13 times by 2017. That’s from the latest Cisco VNI Mobile Data Forecast Update, 2012-2017 released in early February. Continue reading
Another week is almost gone and I’m wondering where it went. Here’s my weekly offering for you readers.
Blog Log #2: The One Thing I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Started Blogging – When you first start out blogging, you’re hungry. You’re excited. You have a million ideas. But nobody talks about how you’ll feel five years in. … Blogging for fame and fortune usually leads to burnout. Blogging as a creative outlet or to support a business usually has longevity. Do what you do because you love it but also have a goal. Continue reading
Recent studies indicate we bloggers now have as few as 30 seconds to impress or lose the attention of a visitor. While there is no one correct way to move visitors around your site good web design means easy navigation for all visitors. If your site navigation isn’t intuitive then all the hard work you do to promote your content is for nothing, as visitors these days scan content quickly, and they won’t return if they can’t immediately locate what they want. Continue reading