Exclusive: Automattic CEO Matt Mullenweg on what’s next for Tumblr

Blogging is back, maybe! By Nilay Patel@reckless  Aug 14, 2019, 9:00am EDT It’s been a long and winding road for Tumblr, the blogging site that launched a thousand writing careers. It sold to Yahoo for $1.1 billion in 2013, then withered as Yahoo sold itself to AOL, AOL sold itself to Verizon, and Verizon realizedContinue reading “Exclusive: Automattic CEO Matt Mullenweg on what’s next for Tumblr”

RE: Drop Down Menus

Menus basically consist of categories, pages and links. When constructing a menu for my site, over time my menu will grow as I expand the site. This growth is reflected in the number of categories, pages and links. To make the menu appear smaller than it is, for efficiency and efficacy reasons we separate andContinue reading “RE: Drop Down Menus”

RE: Fixed/Sticky Menus

Fixed/Sticky menus are menus that don’t scroll out of sight when you scroll down your blog or website. They stay fixed at the top of the page, taking space away from your content, but they also are always there on the page, no matter how long you scroll, so that when you want to selectContinue reading “RE: Fixed/Sticky Menus”

Assault Advertisements – a partial remedy

One day I checked how my Word Press sites looked on my Kindle tablet. Was I ever surprised to see the ads popping up for foot fungus and a bunch of other creepy stuff next to my food posts. Food, non-food, it didn’t matter. Grotesque stuff. Who would even make an ad like that ifContinue reading “Assault Advertisements – a partial remedy”