Using WordPress’ visual editor is nice, the TinyMCE Advanced Plugin makes it even more powerful. But it’s nice to be able to go back and change the HTML. Using the HTML tab in WordPress is not necessarily the best way to edit HTML, especially if you are interested in switching back and forth between Visual and HTML. If you are working with a large document, the HTML tab will always start you at the top. So every time you switch to HTML you have to search (either visually or with find) to find where you were at in the HTML. There is a better way… Continue reading WordPress Tip: Use Chrome’s Code Inspector to Edit HTML Inside Visual Editor
I’ve been using Microsoft Windows since version 3.1, which came out in 1992. I’ve seen it triumph: 2000, XP & 7 were all very strong releases. I’ve seen it struggle: ME & Vista were lackluster. Nineteen years of mastering every single quirk and intricacy which has driven many users away from the platform.
About a month ago I began using Mac OS X Lion as my primary Desktop OS. I’ll have to say that overall, Lion is fantastic. There are few aspects that windows can say it does better, but they definitely exist. This review talks more about what Lion doesn’t do as well as windows. Continue reading OS X Lion Reviewed By A Windows User