A few weeks ago, I was asked to give a short talk to the WordPress Edinburgh Meetup group. I went to print out my plugins for improving accessibility post that I based it on and horror of horrors, it came out at 16 pages, and the formatting was all over the place. I thought that it… Continue Reading How to create a custom print stylesheet for Genesis
I’ve written before about the importance of web accessibility. Making your website as accessible as possible will allow your website’s message to reach more people. This is especially important if you are selling something! This article will focus on WordPress accessibility. Accessible WordPress themes Ideally, all WordPress site owners would be using an accessible theme. Web developer… Continue Reading Four Plugins To Improve WordPress Accessibility
This is Day 23 in the 30 Day Blogging Challenge. You can read Day 22’s post here. Adding sidebar widgets is common task to do on a WordPress site. WordPress has a number of default widgets built in. When adding text, the obvious one to use is the Text widget. The WordPress Text Widget The Text… Continue Reading Add Content to WordPress Widgets Without Writing Code
This is Day 11 in the 30 Day Blogging Challenge. You can read Day 10’s post here. When setting up a website, many people will turn to WordPress due to its popularity and ease of use. But it’s easy for people to get confused by the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org. So what’s the difference, and which one… Continue Reading WordPress.com or WordPress.org – what’s the difference?
This is Day 6 in the 30 Day Blogging Challenge. You can read Day 5’s post here. What’s a WordCamp? For the uninitiated, WordCamps are conferences based around all things WordPress. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, read this post on why I love WordPress. I love WordCamps too – they’re a great get-together… Continue Reading WordCamp Birmingham 2015: Day 1