When writing a post in WordPress you can choose between writing in either Visual or Code mode. This implies a distinction between those who know code and those who don’t. Another good example of this tradition in software can be seen in HTML editors such as Macromedia Dreamweaver with a Code and Design mode. Dreamweaver… Read more Visual editor mode – TinyMCE WYSIWYG?
I noticed another glitch in the software when I was saving an unpublished post. When you press Save and Continue Editing the editor switches from Visual to Code and back to Visual. So while saving you are temporarily faced with the code while you are actually working in the Visual mode. I think this is… Read more WordPress Glitches: Visual/Code editor & Advanced Visual editor
I recently experienced a WordPress bug which made my Visual editor mode disappear, leaving me only with the Code mode. A visit to the WordPress support forum led me to a topic appropriately titled “sudden disappear of visual editor.” I was fortunate enough that the easiest solution quickly resolved the problem: Go to the Users>Your… Read more WordPress problems: Visual editor gone (fixed), or: A glitch in the software
I installed the Now Reading plugin written by Rob Miller to display the books I am currently reading in my sidebar. The reason I chose this plugin is because it allows you to create a database of your books and offers reviewing possibilities. Installing and configuring the plugin was easy but after adding my first… Read more Now Reading plugin, CSS and WordPress theme compatibility problems
I recently redesigned my blog because I was not completely satisfied with the old look. I thought it was a bit too dark and a bit too messy. Instead of starting from the scratch and building my own theme I adjusted the Coffee Spot theme I was using. There is one main reason why I… Read more Design update and thoughts on coding
I have decided to try to blog daily about blogging and blog software to get the thesis writing process going. I am writing about blogging and blogging software using word processing software and this doesn’t seem logical. Not only does my mind turn blank whenever I open my thesis document in Open Office I am… Read more Thoughts on using WordPress as a thesis writing tool instead of OpenOffice