Hot afternoon walking in Paris on our way to Sacre Coeur.
Before we started the ascend on the stairs we needed to cool off and also grab a few bottle of waters for hydration. The grocery shop was packed with people on their own daily grocery chore and with tourist, like us ready to melt.
As for Gutenberg. We are writing on Version 0.3.0 – if you want to learn more about the updates WPTavern has the news for you. BTW just adding a url to the editor doesn't work anymore, we need to embed the url via the + sign.
And that works like a charm.
Gif uploads and insert works as well, in the right size for the content. The original recording size width was 1600+ I remembered where I found the Categories and tagged it with #GutenbergChallenge – I am up now 3 posts this week. I'd rather do small things every day before I do one big thing a week.
We arrived by train from Brussels after our flight across the Atlantic. Gare de L’Est has change quite a bit since 1994. What hasn’t changed is that they don’t announce the platform where trains arrive and leave until 20 minute before scheduled time. So you hang out near the big boards for a while.
So, I planned to embed my Instagram photo from this URL https://www.instagram.com/p/BVMf-uOD4-s/ above I just got a note “Sorry, we could not embed that content” Maybe that changes, when I hit publish?
I like how I can change the gallery settings for the blog above… 🙂 Let see what happens when I publish. Hitting it now. And the pix showed after publishing. Above error message only appear when looking at it through Gutenberg Editor
A few days ago, I was stumped by Google Drive. I upload all my photos and most files to Google Drive, and it’s actually replaced my hard drive most of the time. So one of the graphics uploaded there is an image I wanted to use in a post, but all I could get was the sharing link and not the link to the actual file. For a HTML page to display images you need to able to point to the file not to a pointer to a file. I found the solution! Wooza!