his testing isn’t easy. There are tricks and traps everywhere. I found a way to change type color.
“Ah ha!,” I thought.
Wrong again. Even though WordPress says it’s block, Tag Clouds are not. You can’t anything to them except remove them once they are applied. I suppose there is a way to change color, but pretty soon I’ll do what I always do and give up.
There are general settings, but I’m pretty sure that if a change one color of type I’ll change them all. That’s not a solution.
There is good news with tag clouds. Just as I suspected, if you press a tag you are taken to similar pages.
Of course, the one I tried took me to a page that is at least nine years old. That would be good for some of you who have just joined Storyteller.
It’s a start, I suppose.
A few other posts that you might enjoy.
S ometimes just the sky. And, the trees. That’s all I know. Today. I’m having a terrible time with technology. My main machine has a problem with the logo page. I cannot type my password. The system acts like the magic keyboard isn’t working. After trying every known fix nothing helps. There is one last […]
M ore water. More reflections. Even as we dry out, some things don’t change. I think most people have power. Not everyone has internet, which doesn’t seem important but in the modern world it is. We use Cox. They don’t know what they are doing. They sent us a long email apologizing for the lack […]
I appear to be stuck on reflections. That’s a pretty good thing, I think. It’s especially after a hurricane, another hurricane and seasonal sideways rainfall. And, good news of all possible good news. The weather is turning cool. It’s been a long hot summer punctuated by Covid fears and untimely passings of people we cared […]
ost in New Mexico. Not really, those mountains are the Sandias and I’m in Albuquerque.
I made two good pictures while I was on I-25. For some reason — likely my normal lazy state — I never did anything with this one.
So, y’all are seeing it first.
Above is the other good picture I made while I was driving in my car.
Photographer’s luck, that I even made these two pictures, but also that I didn’t die in a fiery crash.