It’s been a while, right? Messing with asides. I mean, trying. I realised that I don’t post as much as I used to on CTTS because I feel I have to write an article each time. So it ends up on Facebook. Which is sad, because stuff goes into Facebook to die a few days later.
Voici un sketch que Bernard Boëton nous recommande!
So, here we are. I’ve known for some time (as I was proofreading a book in French on WordPress) that drastic changes were lying ahead for the WordPress admin screens. Today on WordPress.com, we’re discovering them — and I’m typing my first post in the new interface.
I’ll wait a few days to decide if I like it or not. Change is always disruptive, so the first reaction of resistance or reject should not be taken seriously. Already, I see things I like, from a functional point of view.
You can put things in bold. You can also have the in italics.
The spacing between paragraphs is big. That is because we’re reading on a screen.
One important layout tool to use is lists:
- first thing
- second thing
And, of course, links.
Link to Stephanie Booth‘s website.
The future is already here, it is just unevenly distributed.
— William Gibson
Actually, it’s not Lausanne, it’s Lutry. Here we are, me and seven other ladies, typing away on laptops to write a first post (well, not quite the first for me).
I’m really happy to be giving this workshop, and hope I’ll be giving more (in English and French) in the coming months!
Against expectations, my server is back up! A little DNS mess-up may give you a “Database connection error” when going to CTTS for a few more hours, but it’s already available from certain parts of the web.