When I read long form content, I like it when the writer took the effort to add the estimated reading time to the article. Maybe it’s because I’m used to reading books on my Kindle, I just like to know what I’m up against. Some time ago, I decided I wanted to have … Read more >>
Hi, I'm Robin
Web designer and WordPress geek. Not a developer (yet). This is my repository of issues and solutions I encounter.
In the old days, website communication was hardly secured, and all websites’ URLs started with www. Nowadays most websites are secured using a SSL certificate, and most also dropped the www from their URL. All good and well, but how can you ensure old links do not result in a 404 error? … Read more >>
An effect that always wows webdesign clients is images that change from color to grayscale or from grayscale to color when they move their mouse pointer over the image. To get this effect working in the old days, you needed two images: one in color and one in grayscale. In CSS or … Read more >>
When the Gutenberg editor came out as a plugin, the columns block was – and still is, at this moment (version 4.1) – in beta development. One of the consequences of this is – for now – that you have to style the block’s look and responsiveness yourself. I installed the plugin … Read more >>
There are situations where your administrator account from the user list on a WordPress site. One of those situations may be when you have a client who requested full access to their site. When they are not very computer-literate, they might “accidentally” deleted your admin account. When an emergency arises, and you … Read more >>
In the eighties, when I started in IT, a word processor was a piece of software in which you could type your text and style it with button combinations. How your text came out of the printer was a different story. Think programs like WordPerfect and WordStar. Editor styling was not a … Read more >>