This article takes a look at the theme options available to WordPress users – both self-hosted sites and at WordPress.com. It looks at the features to look for in a premium theme and discusses what you will have to do to make the most of your theme choice.
There are a number of easy and affordable ways to keep your society or family updated on events they cannot attend. For organizations, this is a great way to keep distant members engaged and informed. Here’s a look at several options and how they can be incorporated in your membership communications plan.
Lots of Kindle news this week with a few other tidbits for good measure.
With the Widgets on Pages plugin, your widgets aren’t confined to just the sidebar or footer. Now you can add them into pages and even posts. Learn how to put this awesome plugin to very good use.
This week’s edition of Tech Notes is focused on creative ideas. See how Peter Rabbit can inspire a family treasure in the making.
Writing a blog post can involve having several pages open in your browser for reference as you write. This tip shows how to limit the number of open tabs by editing and previewing your WordPress post in the same tab.
This plugin can’t help you craft your citations, but it sure can make it easier to include them in your WordPress posts and present a very professional image for your writings. Find out for yourself.
This WordPress plugin creates a beautifully formatted recipe within your post that serves your recipe up to search engines and cookbook apps with ease. And, it provides a well-formatted print version too. I expect we’ll soon see more posts on family food history . . .