Virtual FieldTrip: A Conversation with Paul Jarvis

Content creators, small business owners, and makers have all had to shift our practices and orientation without much of a guide book in times of uncertainty. Why is it important for creators to define what enough is, step back, and most importantly, protect our digital footprints in the process? For a one-of-a-kind live virtual OwnContinue reading “Virtual FieldTrip: A Conversation with Paul Jarvis”

Unified We Navigate?

WordPress.com is in the process of rolling out a single, unified navigation that replaces the two existing ones: Calypso, the exclusively WordPress.com dashboard at wordpress.com/home/yoursite.wordpress.com that was introduced in 2015, and WP Admin, the original WordPress dashboard, at yoursite.wordpress.com/wp-admin/ (For background see this post.) If your account has been flipped to unified navigation, when youContinue reading “Unified We Navigate?”

So long 2020!

I don’t like end of the year posts, but I’ll make an exception for 2020, which by anyone’s standards was an exceptional year. And I think I can safely say, not always in a good way! The Ablockalypse This was the year I set up an editorial calendar and for the most part kept toContinue reading “So long 2020!”

Getting One’s Head Around The Full Block Editor

The biggest stumbling block (sorry!) to working with the Block Editor is thinking you need to do something extraordinary to write in it. Let’s get back to writing rather than worrying about the “blockade”. As the Block Editor prompt says, “Start writing”. KISS!* If you previously wrote in the MySite Visual Editor, give the followingContinue reading “Getting One’s Head Around The Full Block Editor”

Writing in the WP Admin Classic Editor-A Quick Tour for the Perplexed WordPress.com User

IMPORTANT UPDATE: In mid-March 2021, WordPress.com rolled out unified navigation to combine both the newer “Calypso” dashboard and WP Admin. As a result, in order to continue accessing (for now) the Classic Editor in WP Admin, you must first enable “Show wp-admin pages if available” in your Account Settings. For those of us who joinedContinue reading “Writing in the WP Admin Classic Editor-A Quick Tour for the Perplexed WordPress.com User”