Me neither! Came up yesterday in a MOOC I am studying. It's the little things ...
You could do worse than look at @WithKnown for a reasonably simple solution. It isn't quite as easy to use, but it isn't that difficult either.
Managed about an hour of "gardening" before the drizzle began. So that's good.
@rosemaryorchard Have you looked at the hibbitts design open publishing space for Gerav and Git?
Absolutely correct. The people are eager and willing to help, and I would not have got anywhere without them. Which is why I am careful to say that I see no deliberate effort to exclude anyone. But as you say, it isn't ready for everyone either. Nor will it be, I don't think.
Is there, anywhere, a definitive guide to how micro.blog truncates posts it receives via RSS?
Strange question, I know, but ... Is there any way I can restrict access to a post in WP without having to make people jump through **any** hoops to see it?
There are lots of solutions that allow only registered users to see a specific post. What I want ideally is a link I can give people that will work for them and not for anyone else. A page hidden from anyone who does not have that link.
The idea is to give email subscribers and other supporters access either exclusively or well in advance of the general public.
Just read a horrible coinage: autonomobile. Cars were never automobile without a driver. We are still waiting for a truly automobile means of transport.
This is worrying. I received a message from Fastmail saying I had reached my sending limit for the day. Impossible. I raised a ticket and 8.5 hours later got confirmation my account had been compromised. I'll say this for Fastmail; the recovery process is superb. The worrying part is that I **know** I did not reply to any phishing expedition. So how did it happen? Brute force, maybe. Pwned, maybe.
Not that he needs it, but let me offer @matigo as my Micro Monday suggestion.