Tag Archives: editing
I’ve long held that putting a plain text email on a website is not a good idea. Even with being careful like this I’m inundated with a large amount of Spam. While I don’t put my email address online in a plain text fashion, and preach the same to others, I’m not always afforded
During much of the past 20 years the main lifeblood of, first, Software Solution Specialists, and now JVHM, Inc., has been to develop custom client-server software applications. Applications have ranged from Client Relationship Management (CRM) systems to HR systems to barcode labeling systems and
With over 2.5 million downloads in less than 2 weeks, WordPress 3.0 is quickly being adopted as the best web publishing software platform available today. And it is available to everyone free of charge! That means an organization can have a full featured, customized web site built for much less and quicker than a traditional custom web site.
Have you figured out how to include a linked copyright notice or photo credit in the caption of an image? Have you tried to find a plugin to help with this? Had any luck? If so, let me know. If not, don’t worry, you’re not alone. So, what can a non-developer do? This post covers one solution that isn’t the most elegant but it gets the job done.
“After the Deadline” is a contextual spell checker, grammar checker and advanced style checker that can be used within WordPress or as a browser add-on. While it definitely improves upon the editing process, it is not the be-all-end-all editing utility, especially since there is no such thing. You are the final judge of your authoring craft.