Category: WordPress

  • A wizard setup for a WordPress block theme

    A wizard setup for a WordPress block theme

    Since I first got to know WordPress with version 1.2 back in 2004, I must have installed, set up and used well over 30 themes in my quest for the subjective “great look and feel” for my websites. At least ten were themes I paid money for. I’m not a WordPress developer, simply a keen…

  • Customizing social media icons display with ChatGPT

    Customizing social media icons display with ChatGPT

    For some time, I’ve wanted to update the social network icons on my primary blog to use icons that accurately represent the social networks concerned. There have been many changes this year – not the least being Twitter’s change to X – plus the emergence of new social networks like Pebble, Bluesky, and Threads. As…

  • A Word About Themes

    A Word About Themes

    In the world of digital content creation, WordPress stands as a beacon of versatility and user-friendliness. One of the platform’s most compelling features is its vast array of themes, each offering a unique aesthetic and functional twist to your website or blog. Look-and-feel is the first thing visitors notice when they land on your blog.…

  • WordPress: a poster child for open source accessibility

    WordPress: a poster child for open source accessibility

    Yesterday May 27, 2023, was a milestone date in the history of WordPress, marking the 20th year since the first version 0.70 was publicly released on May 27, 2003. In all, the open-source software has gone through 47 public versions over the past 20 years to its current version 6.2.2, evolving along the way from…