A friend of mine just had her home network hacked into by one of her neighbours this week. She thought the router had been set up properly but it obviously hadn’t been! Many of the default settings on a router may not help to block out someone from getting in. If you can see other […]
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When F5 just isn’t enough to refresh the page you are looking at, you can try a “hard refresh”. While F5 reloads a page to refresh it (explained before in Refreshing the Page in a Browser), Ctrl-F5 goes one step further. It forces a refresh on the page to make sure you will be looking at the […]
When you are doing a lot of editing in a website, the first thing you need to know about is refreshing the page in the browser, when you are looking at your changes in the live site. All browsers store a lot of the information on a page locally on the user’s machine, in high […]
One of the most commonly used plugins for WordPress sites is the BlackStudio TinyMCE plugin. This plugin allows you to create customised widgets thatyou can place in the sidebar for example. The widget can have any sort of content inside it, jsut like you can put into pages and posts. It ca have text, images, […]
A website with responsive design is one that adjusts itself to suit the screen width of the device it is being viewed on. In other words, it responds to the device screen it is being viewed on. If your site is being viewed on a wide screen on a desktop computer, the text and column […]
A Fluid website is one that does not have fixed widths set for the columns down the page. The content (the information on the page) flows across the full width of the screen of whatever device is being used to look at it. The best way to understand the difference is to look at a […]
See the full explanation in the WordPress codex which explains Content Visibility clearly.
This uses a free online Google Docs tool to create a link to add to the page. You do not need to PDF file to reside in a Google Docs account – it should be a PDF that is in your Media Library.
In the User area of the WordPress Admin menu you can assign different rights to each User. Here is the standard set of user levels in WordPress: Administrator – somebody who has access to all the administration features within a single site. Editor – somebody who can publish and manage posts including the posts of […]