I’m basically using the default BuddyPress theme with some minor customization for the header and body background. I just wanted to see how I could override the sub-menu width of 128px so that I could get the same result as I did for Artisteer.
Continue reading “A rather long menu item”
If you are fairly new to WordPress you may not have registered yourself with wordpress.org or wordpress.com. Here are some notes on registering, creating your avatar (gravatar) and other things you can do in the wonderful world of WordPress.
Continue reading “Register with wordpress.org to upload your Avatar, cast your vote, etc”
If things go a bit wrong on this site then it means that there are a couple of glitches in the latest version of the oik plugin.
Continue reading “oik v1.5 being tested here”
Last week, before the first WordUp Pompey (which I have yet to write anything about) I wrote to the WordCamp UK list reporting a problem with my SEO titles. I thought it was something to do with not configuring wordpress-seo correctly.
Continue reading “BuddyPress and WordPress SEO titles”
I really enjoyed my brief visit to Brighton for October’s WordUp. James Seymour-Lock, from Simple as Milk, talked about his design method, his love of fonts, typography and using grid based frameworks for implementing responsive designs, and his hatred of poor contrast. Continue reading “Report from WordUp Brighton – 17 Oct 2011”
In the short term, until the site has been themed, I’ve copied a recent image of South Parade Pier.
Taken from Ruth’s Coastal Walk 62. Langstone to Portsmouth
OK, so jetpack is now installed and I’ve got a Twitter widget and the bbPress Forum widget. Time to further investigate the BuddyPress issues.
This post is just to let you know that I’m going to do some fiddling to a) enable Jetpack and b) spend more time trying to get the Forum pages to appear. Which means that BuddyPress and bbPress may stop working. Better to do it now than later.
Continue reading “Jetpack and BuddyPress“
What better way to build a WordPress community than to use [BP] (BuddyPress). In this first install I haven’t done any theming. Continue reading “BuddyPress now installed”