I’ve written over 300 Posts on my WordPress blogs and I’ve never had a problem with editing until a few weeks ago when I discovered the JUSTIFY and UNDERLINE icons were removed from the editor bar. I wrote to WordPress Support and asked where they had put them. It took a couple of emails to find out that there is a link right above the title when writing a post which says:
“There’s an easier way to create on WordPress.com. Switch to the improved editor.”
Thanks to a very helpful member of the WordPress Support team, Shawna Roberts, I have managed to get resolution to a problem I have failed to understand for some time. Unfortunately, though, although I have discovered what the problem is, WordPress is, at this time, unable to solve it.
If you are new or relatively new to blogging, having to learn the ins and outs of how WordPress works, managing the blog itself, the technical aspects plus integrating social media and fielding the myriad emails that fly in all day and every day, you will appreciate how undeniably daunting it is. I learned in a short time to respect all the part-time bloggers who have full-time jobs. If you are one, honestly, I really admire you. How do you do it? I still feel like I am back at college reading for a degree. Having said all that it is one of the most exciting, challenging and invigorating projects I have ever undertaken. Continue reading How to consistently produce quality blog content→
Many of us WordPress bloggers got a shock when our beloved Zemanta plug-in disappeared from our blogs without warning a few days ago. I was writing a post when I thought ‘Hang on, something is missing here.’
Attractive Backgrounds and Headers can make a big difference to the appearance of your WordPress blog as they can also spice up your Desktop. Rotating them can add variety to your life and help keep your audience interest. This is one of my collection of different backgrounds from my natural surroundings which I am posting as galleries of photo images (without watermarks or text). If you think they will suit your WordPress Blog and/or Desktop you are welcome to use them. The only favour I would ask in recognition is that you will be kind enough to let your audience know they were produced by http://www.jamoroki.wordpress.com. See how I’m using them here on JAMOROKI and my Suai blog. I hope you like them. To download to your hard drive click on one of the images to bring up a slide show. Choose the image you want, right click and save as JPEG. You may need to resize; if so just use ACDSee, Photoshop or your favourite.