These are all free fonts, mostly from Google Fonts (hardly the only foundry, but free and highly functional, and easy to use). I’ve also thrown in a few “web safe fonts” – fonts everyone has and a lot of people still use – so don’t be embarrassed if you find yourself liking the most generic font there is, the one you just got through saying you never wanted to see again.
I created a new image for the OT house Twitter account that I thought I would share. Nothing magic, but worked for what I was trying to do.
If any of you human beings have anything to say on the major uptick in use of these commenting features, please let me know. The spiders and robots don’t answer questions directly.
Case closed: Quotation marks should be made part of the hyperlink.
Do not be a danger to self and others: Check your spelling.
At the point in the post where you want the number-link to appear, type a space then opening double parentheses. Place the text you wish to appear in the footnote after the double parentheses. Close the footnote with closing double parentheses.
Testing an out-of-date but potentially still useful plug-in.
At OT, we want landscape-proportioned images generally, and especially for featured images, and exra-especially for Top-Featured Images. Note: NOT the Author’s fault – no one told him. Plus I should have taken care of this when I first noticed he’d used a small/square image. In fact, I thought I had taken care of this. (Not one thing: 1000 others.)
General instructions and a status report on using post Categories and Tags at OT. If there’s a topic you think we need, you can add it yourself, or suggest it to the rest of us.
These instructions will be irrelevant to any of you who are taking, or who believe you are taking, dictation straight from an Angel of the Hidden One.
To be implemented as soon as this weekend…