If you are a web content manager but aren’t comfortable with inserting or formatting tables in HTML, then you need to use your CMS’s WYSIWYG editor to enter your data tables. Let’s see if you can do this in Shopify and WordPress. Continue reading “Comparing table functions in Shopify and WordPress”
If you are a web content manager but aren’t comfortable with styling tables in HTML and CSS, then you need to use your CMS’s WYSIWYG editor to enter your data tables. Continue reading “Data Tables in Drupal”
In the previous post, I covered a little bit about unwanted special characters. This post is about the more likely case when you want to add a special character. Continue reading “Adding special characters in content management systems”
Have you ever been frustrated by unwanted special characters showing up in a web page or email that you coded?
The problem might look like this: Continue reading “Unwanted special characters in web content”
Let’s say you are collaborating with someone to complete some text edits on a website. That person may have access rights to post changes to production and you need a way to show them the before and after of the page. This video covers how to copy the text you need to edit out of a browser, paste it into Microsoft Word, then use the track changes feature to make edits. Continue reading “Track Changes in Microsoft Word”
If you are maintaining website content for your workplace, you may receive content in a Microsoft Word document. This video explains how to assign headers using the styles panel in Word, and how to clean up extra spacing once content is pasted into WordPress. Continue reading “Word to WordPress”