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!
Like the objects in the picture, flat design gives very little hints about what is on the screen. This can prove confusing ("I want to read more but, where should I click?"), distracting ("They all look alike!") and overall problematic ("Dude, what is that? A button? A link? Just a highlighted paragraph?"). Today the … Continue reading Boo!
You may remember my issues about desktops, keyboards and languages on Fedora 27; I wrote about them some time ago. Now I wanted to switch back my locales to British English and I had the same problem as before, Gnome Shell translates everything even software names, but KDE shows itself half German half English. I … Continue reading New old issues with locales
There's a way to apply a Sepia filter on a given picture with Adobe Photoshop that it's very simple. There are quite a few with other programmes. But when it comes to Gimp, things may get tricky. Particularly because the effect doesn't seem to be in any obvious place. This is because The Gimp doesn't … Continue reading Sepia tones with Gimp