Discussing another favorite use case for the WordPress Global Content Blocks plugin, to maintain a library of reusable Intro Blurbs for regular blog prompts or columns. Take advantage of this functionality on your own self-hosted personal, professional, or society WordPress blog to save time and room for error.
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The final part in the series on my process for creating the biographical profile box that I attach to each blog post about a particular ancestor. How and where I maintain a master Snapshot Box code library, back it up, and annotate it with notes. Works on self-hosted Wordpress, freemium hosted Wordpress.com, and Blogger.
The second step in how I display and maintain biographical profile boxes on blog posts about ancestors and relatives. Using the Wordpress Global Content Blocks plugin to manage biographical data and reuse it over, with as little repeated work as necessary. Also a discussion on why I go with the plugin instead of custom functions in my child them.
How I generate, style, and populate the contents in the Genealogy Snapshot box I include for each ancestor on my family history Wordpress site. And how those of you using Blogger and free Wordpress.com can “pretty up” your box even without access to edit your theme’s style sheet.
How I generate, style, and populate the contents in the Genealogy Snapshot box I include for each ancestor on my family history Wordpress site. Part I in a new series about using Wordpress for your genealogy.
Do you use the super awesome Thesis theme framework for your self-hosted Wordpress blog? Is your Thesis blog full of good visually appealing content? Then you should consider adding the Pinterest Pin It button to your site to generate more traffic.
Watch for this potential problem if you use the Simple Facebook Connect plugin to publish your Wordpress blog to a Facebook Page.
Last year I did something that I did not think I would ever do regarding my genealogy research. I hired another professional genealogist to research one of my family lines.
If you have Spanish roots, I want to introduce you to The Genealogy Corner blog, published by Daniel. He blogs regularly about his Spanish and English research. Daniel published a video tutorial on YouTube this week about Spanish death certificates, so I thought this a good time to steer my readers with Spanish roots to some of Daniel’s work.
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