Please could I remind all members that, when adding new posts to the Rosliston Astronomy Group blog, please ensure that you choose at least two categories for the post before you save it.
You should add the following two categories:
The first is your name – choose this from the contributor list – if your name is not there you can add it in the box below the category list.
The second category should be the nature of the content of the blog itself (eg. “Astrophotography – deep sky”) from the choice available in categories. If this is not covered in the categories available please contact me using the RAG contact page on www.roslistonastronomy.org.uk to say what category you need creating.
It is acceptable to add more than one category for the nature of the content of the blog if appropriate to the post.
Please ensure that the category “Uncategorized” is NOT ticked/selected – this will default to being selected if you save a draft of the blog post without choosing categories for it!
With a lot of help from Dave I can now see the calendar. It seems that Firefox doesn’t like the system so now logging in with internet explorer!
Hi, I know I’m an old so’n’so but is it possible to have the old calendar of the club reinstated?
I don’t own a smart phone or any of the “modern” devices on the computer, just the basic stuff so I am unable to “download” anything in the formats that are given.
If you are experiencing problems logging in using the link on the right hand side of the page then here is an alternate log in URL for this wordpress website:
There is now a new way to add images to users’ posts on this website so that readers can click on them to open them in a new page and increase their size.
The picture below has this functionality. Try clicking on it to see what happens.
To do this with your own posts, when you upload a photo file on the “add media” page, in “attachment display settings” choose link to “media file”. I would also recommend you choose the full resolution option during this file upload process.
The picture below is a screenshot from a website that gives more information on the WP Featherlight plugin and how this works. http://seehowsupport.com/wordpress/content-editor/click-to-enlarge-images-in-wordpress/