Adding a map to a WordPress page or post can be intimidating if you don’t know code. This video will, hopefully, help with this fear and get you on your way.
We used tables to design websites many years ago. Then the concept of looking at a website on a cell phone changed it all. Tables do not work well on cell phones, and sometimes not on tablets either. So, we no longer, at least in my sites, use tables. But, the developers of Gutenberg think… Continue Reading Working with Tables in WordPress Gutenberg
Working with columns in the old WordPress was accomplished by adding shortcode or by using a plugin to add the shortcodes. Gutenberg now has the built-in ability to do this for you…with limitations. In this video, I show you how to add the columns, how to make mistakes 🙁 and fix them. Okay, this is… Continue Reading Working with Columns in WordPress Gutenberg
Sometimes when you copy/paste into the new WordPress Gutenberg content block system, instead of one paragraph, it will break it down into multiple paragraphs. The fix is really, really simple…backspace.
With the updates in WordPress recently from a classic editor to a visual content manager, Gutenberg, may functions that we have done in the past are completely different. Linking to PDF is one of those changes. How do you link to a PDF file in WordPress, within a paragraph?
Some of the most basic skills used in an email or Word to many of us can be daunting to others. I do still have people ask me to show them how to link to some website. That link is called a hyperlink. There are two types of hyperlinks, as described in the video below.
Back in the “day”, we had to go into the HTML/Text area to make sure hyperlinks to PDF files worked properly. Not anymore.
Adding and modifying text/content in a web page or post is similar to Word, but different. Here are tips and tricks for managing text in WordPress.