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Fonts

One of my favorite WordPress themes is Enfold theme, you can change your theme fonts in your General Styling settings.  Although it’s a little tricky to see what the fonts look like unless you update your theme.  This Google Fonts link will help!

Facebook News Feed standout

Facebook news feeds for business – It’s what my mum taught me.

Have a read of this PDF by Hubspot which explains everything you need to know about Facebook’s News Feed and how it impacts your business and your content strategy.

Sidebar custom menu active state

I have a client that needs to have a custom sidebar menu, with sub menu’s that show an active state if you are on that page. The challenge is they want to use the default wordpress custom menu’s so I needed to c Here is a screen shot of what the sidebar menu looks like.

Update to WordPress 3.5.2 in Progress

For those hosting with Florence Road we’ve updated most of the sites to WordPress 3. 5.2 over the weekend.  As part of our managed WordPress hosting service this is executed as part of your hosting package. The official line from WordPress is that this update fixes a number of important security loopholes.  See below. This […]

Learn WordPress – Training Melbourne

We’ve had numerous requests in recent weeks to extend our online WordPress training, to live WordPress training sessions in Melbourne.  

Facebook tabs don’t work on a mobile – here’s a fix

Facebook tabs don’t work on a mobile.  This is a known issue, but by adding some parameters to the URL  you can force the Facebook iframe tab to load as though it’s in desktop mode.

bitly

Track any URL with a bit.ly – realtime analytics wow

I used bit.ly a long time ago to track my internal newsletter sends, but it’s been a while since I’ve had the need to use bit.ly as Google Analytics, Mailchimp and Facebook have typically been enough data for me.  Recently, I was helping out on a Facebook Page custom tab, and one of their requirements […]

Twitter Analysis – Sentiment Split on Schwab sacking

I read with interest this morning the article by Caroline Wilson suggesting that Melbourne CEO Cameron Schwab was sacked because the club supporters were divided about his role within the club.   I wondered how Melbourne Football Club came to this conclusion.  Was it old fashioned letters, phone calls, emails and text messages, or did […]