Some of you may know, I left my Dell Latitude laptop in Stuttgart and have been travelling around alternatively using two netbooks, a HP Beatsbox (lent) and a Chromebook (mine). You can read about some of my experiences with them here and here. Unfortunately (or rather fortunately) my work took a leap and started … Continue reading New laptop, new life
I worked setting up websites, designing them, keeping them running and free of garbage, adding content, and many other tasks. Here is a quick list of things I learnt along the way. 1) Keep domains separate from hosting First, I must cop to the (likely biased) opinion that DIY (do-it-yourself) websites are a … Continue reading Bits on site development
I explained in my previous post what and why socialising is good. Now I'm going to explain how to do this. Widgets, buttons & more When it comes about sharing and interaction, the first stop is Themes => Customise. You'll see a screen similar to the one in the screenshot above. Options vary according … Continue reading Go social in WordPress!
I've been testing a few things in the last days: Websites for photographers/galleries, KDE with Cairo Dock and Gnome Shell. KDE with Cairo Dock It works nicely but after one of the last updates it started acting up. For example, as you can see in the screenshot, it has that annoying black square … Continue reading Assorted testings
If you always relied on third party repositories and/or need non-free software to use your laptop, now you can add them directly from Gnome Software. Although, this method uses a Gnome only programme, repositories will be available for all including Dnfdragora and DNF itself (command-line). For more details, please, check the article in Fedora … Continue reading Third party repositories