Raging River Blog
Gutenberg Editor is being lauded by some as the greatest thing since sliced cheese, but mostly by newcomers and employees. In truth, most longtime WordPress users are way too familiar with Automattic and it’s various and assorted antics to be very impressed at all. Likewise, a good number of us who have not jumped on the PC flavored bandwagon of late see it for what it is; yet another of Matt Mullenweg’s attempts to cash in on his unique position by leveraging this on every WordPress user. Whether the software is ready for use or not.
We use Elementor Page Builder and an awful lot of people use WooCommerce. Both of these require you to increase your wp_memory_limit. I find myself answering this question more and more often these days in various Facebook tech groups so I thought a helpful post would be a good thing. Let’s get to it.
It’s exciting, isn’t it? A brand new website, new opportunities and new possibilities. Maybe you have dreams of quitting your job, or creating an independent lifestyle, or maybe this is a step toward making your community a better place. Those of us with websites already understand how you feel, we were once there. Whatever the reasons or motivations the question remains the same: What should I do first?
Not gonna get too wordy for this, it’s late on a Saturday. But the thing is, how many times have I made the search for HTML Special Characters on Google? I’ve got a Free Image Resource Post already and this just seemed logical. So use it, enjoy it, and notice two versions for many of them. Usually the numbered one works better, but don’t be shy about experimenting with them.
This is meant to be a resource of course, both for me and for seekers of those not so elusive images which are free to use. The idea came as I was searching for free images for a client to use. I noticed that most of the posts would list 12, or 16, or maybe 20 image sources, but usually not the same ones. We needed a compendium. Well this is not that compendium. I wish it were but I’m a little too busy to accomplish that. I would say “I have a life” but so much time is spent on my PCs that some would argue that point. But I digress…