Anchors and foot notes are easy to create with plain HTML in WordPress. So easy, in fact, that any plugin, shortcode or insertion via button in the visual editor would add nothing to your workflow but a significant overhead. Here’s how you insert anchors and footnotes in the text editor window in WordPress.
I wish WordPress theme authors would get this tattooed to the back of their retina, so they’d be constantly reminded. Responsive web design solves an important problem: it makes the same content comfortably digestible between different devices. For folks to receive different content just because they have different devices would be unacceptable. Similarly, it’s unacceptable for… Read more Content-independent Design
Understanding the web of relationships that link you to your next source of income requires looking past the last step before your door. Josh Pollock
As of today’s version 2.5.6, Antispam Bee has an option to trust commenters whose e-mail address has a Gravatar image assigned to it—a simple, yet (hopefully) effective feature in the daily fight against the spamming mob.