Category: citsf222

  • 2015 in review

    The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. It is pretty clear to me that I need to blog more! Essentially, I used this site in 2013-2014 to demonstrate what you (a UAF student) could do with a free blog on the WordPress.com site. Please note that the free accounts…

  • Why Blog? Get Writing

    You may wonder why we blog: First, you will learn about WordPress 8/19/2011 –  WordPress Now Powers 22 Percent Of New Active Websites In The U.S. 4/30/2013 (Has March 2012 data) –  How Many People Use WordPress: Statistics, Percentages, and Comparisons 9/2012 – With 60 Million Websites, WordPress Rules The Web. So Where’s The Money?…

  • How can I test html inside of WordPress?

    How can I test html inside of WordPress?

    We are learning to look Underlying a page we see is a series of commands. We can look at them! How? Depending on the browser you use you can look for the View menu, select the option that says Source or View Source. This is an example of indented text using the ‘blockquote’ command. This…

  • The style attribute

    Oh man! My instructor wants me to test out my css knowledge INSIDE of a WordPress post. How cool is that?! =) You can add the style attribute to many HTML commands in order to use CSS to style that element. Can you recreate this paragraph? What about this paragraph? Okay, now it’s your turn.…

  • Too small for normal relaxation

    Too small for normal relaxation

    This is a miniature sock monkey knit done on sock needles. I’ve created this post to help students with adding images to WordPress pages. Also to uncover what absolute paths look like versus relative. When you are using WordPress to add media to your page or post you go through a series of steps where…

  • Last June I thought I’d just make all of Aedan’s baby food… That worked really well for a few months. Then somewhere around Thanksgiving or a wee bit later it became more important for him to have more solid food. Still, I’m making quite a bit of his food, just not all.

  • Make your own

    Last June I thought I’d just make all of Aedan’s baby food… That worked really well for a few months. Then somewhere around Thanksgiving or a wee bit later it became more important for him to have more solid food. Still, I’m making quite a bit of his food, just not all.

  • Make your own (A)

    Some of your posts just should not have (visually and creatively speaking) a massive title. See this other post without a title. Last June I thought I’d just make all of Aedan’s baby food… That worked really well for a few months. Then somewhere around Thanksgiving or a wee bit later it became more important…

  • Playing with Images & Tables

    Learning HTML can be fun. Working with TABLES… not always as much fun. Working with images? Awesome! 7am 8am 9am Noon 1pm 4pm 5pm 6pm Christmas Eve Work Company Company/Family Christmas Day Do as little as possible Visit others (here or there) Company Enjoy time just with son I’ll use this image (which I took)…

  • Using CSS in Posts

    Oh man! My instructor wants me to test out my css knowledge INSIDE of a WordPress post. How cool is that?! =) Chapter 11 of our text is all about color. Can you recreate this paragraph? What about this paragraph? Okay, now it’s your turn. Go back to the module page and read through your…

  • Text editors

    I know, they are not sexy. However this is one of those posts. A, “it makes sense” to post it here. Not only that, but this way I can point my class to this post for more links, etc. [This is] A mini lecture, if you will. I primarily use TextEdit for quick things (mac)…

  • Aligning images using CSS

    In response to a question on using CSS with HTML “… the book does not illustrate how to use the CSS code on those pages” I am using a simple button to show how to align images. This snippet: img.align-left { float: left; margin-right: 10px;} img.align-right { float: right; margin-left: 10px;} img.medium { width: 250px;…