Every once in a while I change my background image to all black.
Typically this means that something is changing (or about to change) and I don’t want any distractions or anything at all I suppose.
I just want nothingness… but that’s me. What are you sporting for this month’s desktop background change-up?
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Today, of all days, is International Geek Pride Day.
I’m sure you all were well aware of this most important day…
I know, without a shadow of a doubt, that I have yet to “hit my stride.”
A definition that I’ve found is sufficient:
“Hitting one’s stride: To reach one’s most efficient and productive rate of doing something.”
It might surprise you but web development, design, blogging… all of “that”… I just know that it’s not me in all of my entirety.
It’s somewhat hard to explain. How do I know this?
Today I felt more “korean”.
I’m not even sure that may make sense.
But work with me here…
But there are a couple of users that consistently go above the usual answer and offer solid tutorials (complete with pictures, no less) for how to achieve certain things within Standard.
Lately, Michael Novotny has been absolutely killing it in the forums.
In the last two weeks, he’s provide a step-by-step guide for how to install jQuery plug-ins so that they’ll not only play nicely with Standard but they’ll make a transition whenever you upgrade the theme. He’s also provided a short, yet incredibly useful guide for those who are new to WordPress on how to install Standard Theme.
In the future, we’ll be looking to highlight other users that are consistently rocking the forums.
See you guys there,
We live in a “referral-powered” world. It’s just a fact of life; it is what it is.
You could be die-hard against something for whatever reason until someone you love, respect, and trust says something positive about it and recommends it to you.
And then something fascinating happens – your opinion changes.
Relationships are so powerful in that way and a positive referral can jumpstart not only a relationship but also business venture.
It can even jumpstart someone’s entire career; I’ve had it happen too many times to count…
We’ve just published our latest Standard Theme customization in the forums. Checkout Monochrome:
This customization is a minimalistic, clean design that leverages a few minor features of CSS3 (although it still looks fine in browsers that do not support the features).
I just don’t get why many of them didn’t actually move…
That’s one way to get seriously wet…