Category Archives: WordPress – Installation

Header Work

The header image for the blog was customized in the following manner: A prospective photo (“Poseidon Temple at Cape Sounion near Athens, Greece” by anastasios71) was found at Fotolia.com. The photo was tested before the rights were purchased in order to … Continue reading

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How Did My Public Blog Become Password-Protected?

A week ago, this public WordPress blog somehow become password-protected. When the Username and Password were not filled in, the blog came up perfectly…except for a few images. How did that happen? Turns out it was because the CSS style … Continue reading

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CSS Text-Transform

I’ve finally encountered a situation where the CSS text-transform property is of some value. The footer on this blog contains a link back to the main blog page, and the text in that link is displayed in the Caesar Dressing … Continue reading

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List Of Fonts On This Blog

Blog title (header) – Grecian Empire Regular (transparent PNG file, distressed a little with Photoshop) Tagline – Georgia, Bitstream Charter, Serif Navbar – Helvetica Neue, Arial, Helvetica, Nimbus Sans L, sans-serif Entry Titles – Berylium Bold by Larabie Fonts (@font-face kit generated … Continue reading

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Change Output of Blog Copyright Plugin For WordPress

Some WordPress themes don’t seem to output to a copyright div, so users need a plugin to do so. Blog Copyright by Blog Traffic Exchange does the trick, but it’s not without its shortcomings. The main problem is that Blog … Continue reading

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The Importance Of Creating A WordPress Child Theme

After installing WordPress and activating a theme you’re happy with, it’s a good idea to set up a child theme. This allows you to customize the styles for the theme you’ve chosen – and more importantly, to keep these styles … Continue reading

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Changing WordPress Theme And Adding Styles

After WordPress was installed, I wanted to use the same theme and styles here as on my ancient Greek blog. Here’s how it was done… Just to recap, after WordPress was installed, the initial default theme was Twenty Twelve: Since … Continue reading

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GoDaddy Automated WordPress Installation

A curious problem happened to me recently when using GoDaddy’s automated WordPress installer for this blog. I tried to install WordPress into the default /wordpress/ folder, but the automated system wouldn’t let me. The automated system “remembered” that I had … Continue reading

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How To Manually Install WordPress On GoDaddy

[printfriendly] There is an automatic installation process for WordPress on GoDaddy, but often it is necessary to manually install WordPress (last year, I tried using it to install WordPress on 4 different sites hosted by GoDaddy, and their automatic system … Continue reading

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