7 Steps to a User-Friendly Blog — Meeka’s Mind


Thanks to Meeka for this. I rarely blog, so hadn’t reviewed my settings since creating this site in 2016. The thing I like most about WordPress is stumbling across interesting people through the comments left on a site I follow – it’s like a virtual scavenger hunt. Anyway, thanks to the fabulous Myths of the Mirror (I shall be following them, double quick!) I’ve updated and reviewed all the permissions mentioned.

Originally posted on Myths of the Mirror: This isn’t a new topic, but it seems worth a mention every now and then within the WordPress blog community. I love connecting with other bloggers and occasionally a website makes that hard if not impossible to do. Here are a few tips. 🙂 Definitely take a look…

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About DawnGillDesigns

Finally able to make stuff and get paid for it!!! How cool is this?!
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6 Responses to 7 Steps to a User-Friendly Blog — Meeka’s Mind

  1. Thanks for sharing, Dawn. 😀

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  2. acflory says:

    I’m tickled pink that D’s post was so handy. And yes, WordPress has a great community.
    Btw, that bit you said about not blogging much. You have all these mad skills in jewellery making. Why not do a series of simple how-to posts for absolute beginners to the craft? Ditto your bottling. These may seem like obvious skills to you, but not all of us are as good with our hands. 😀

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