You can add Categories to the sidebar (or any other widgetized area of WordPress) via, “Widgets.” You can get to Widgets via the WordPress dashboard and just about every page within the dashboard. Continue reading “How To Add Categories To Your Sidebar Using Widgets: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s 101.”
To create a category in WordPress: Log into your WordPress Install; and click categories, right from the main screen. “then,” once you’re taken to the categories area you will see a place to enter the category title, slug, and description. Continue reading “How To Make Categories: WordPress: Accessible Web Host’s 101.”
This issue has been going on for a while; the better part of the summer of 2017. What happens when you hang up a call in Skype is that a screen will sometimes flash up asking for, “Call Quality Feedback.” I personally don’t bother with the screen when it shows up; being rather poorly designed when it comes to accessibility. However, when the call quality feedback screen causes “both” the desktop version of Skype (7.39.102) and JAWS 18.0.4104 to crash each time it comes up in the 64-bit Windows 10 version 1703 environment, “This is where I draw the line.” Continue reading “Call Quality Feedback Crashes Skype 7.39.102 And JAWS 18.0.4104: Windows Software: Accessible Web Host’s 101.”
When it comes to doing redirects; Anyone who’s a customer of a company like HostGator might have noticed that they don’t always work. This is particularly true where WordPress and Wildcard Redirects are concerned using cPanel. Continue reading “WordPress 301 Wildcard Redirect Not Working Solution: cPanel: Accessible Web Host’s 101.”
So, like, I’m working in Microsoft Excel 2016; having an office 365 subscription and it frequently freezes on “all” my machines. JAWS goes quiet and I can’t even get narrator to turn on at this point. Continue reading “JAWS 18.0.2945 Freezes Excel 2016 Office 365 Version: Windows Software: Accessible Web Host’s 101.”
If you’re running Windows 10 Version 1703, JAWS 18.0.2945, and Audacity 2.1.3; you might have already noticed that things aren’t quite right when it comes to simply importing files into Audacity, or even just closing Audacity. “However,” Audacity is still quite useable if you don’t mind shutting off JAWS and running Narrator; the screen reading software built into windows ten. All the keyboard commands built into audacity will remain the same; enabling you to import sound files into audacity and close the program without it crashing. In short; you’re chances for getting any serious editing done improves significantly via the Narrator and Audacity 2.1.3 combination.
Even in Windows 10 Version 1703; JAWS performs best in internet Explorer 11 when the browser window is maximized. However, when you hold down the Alt key and tap the Space Bar, and then tap the letter X to maximize the Internet Explorer 11 window; the browser crashes; sometimes taking JAWS 18.0.2945 right along with it. This has been a problem that has persistently presented since my upgrade to Windows 10 Version 1703; occurring on all my machines. “However,” one can resolve this by turning JAWS off and then using Narrator to maximize the browser window; just as you would normally do using JAWS.
I noticed in the spring of 2014, while assisting someone with a computer problem they were having, that Yahoo had begun using different servers to handle traffic from different parts of the country. This in and of itself means nothing because load distribution across multiple servers is essential to keeping a high traffic site like Yahoo up and running. However, upon a bit of further investigation I realized that they had undoubtedly (like Google) begun processing people’s searches based upon their street address more or less integrating this capability into the technology they were already using for load management purposes. Continue reading “How Sussex County NJ Web Designers Are Screwing Professionals: Web Design: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”
Can you finger yourself through your own web site? In other words, “Can you manage getting around your web site with the key board alone?” Continue reading “Online Successes Know How To Navigate Websites Without A Mouse: Web Design: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”
I’m already a Web Designer, Web Host, plus Something like a Computer Tech; much of my time devoted to writing book summaries and posting them on this self-hosted WordPress powered blog. So, “Yeah,” it’s entirely possible that, if you need a person to proofread your college paper or SA, “I’m your guy!” Continue reading “A Website That Proofreads College Papers: Hosting Service: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”
If you regularly work with JAWS for Windows 18.0.2738 in the Office 365 version of Microsoft Word 2016, you may have had the pleasure of the paste menu continually hanging around after you’ve used control V to paste something in a Word document. However, I do believe I’ve found a solution to this problem that I think even VFO’s (Freedom Scientific) tech support people might want to take note of. Continue reading “JAWS 18.0.2738 Office 365 Word 2016 Paste Issue Resolution: Windows Software: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”
Hey there! Thanks for surfing in. Do you need a website, or just want a blog for yourself? If you do, “You might want to give me a try.” Continue reading “Free NJ Consulting To Start And Manage A WordPress Website: Hosting Service: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”
On Thursday, February 23, 2017 at around 3:05 PM, I called Freedom Scientific’s tech support about a problem I have been having with JAWS 18 since installing Office 365 back in December 2016; speaking to the young woman who answered the phone. When I explained to her what my problem was, and that it was occurring when I used JAWS 18 yet not Narrator, on both machines I tested; I just couldn’t believe my ears when she sat there and told me it wasn’t a problem with JAWS and that I needed to talk to the accessibility folks over at Microsoft. Continue reading “Trouble Pasting When Using JAWS For Windows 18.0.2530 In Microsoft Word 2016: Windows Software: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”
Back in May of 2016 Amazon made some moves with its Kindle Store that showed me very plainly two things. Firstly: Amazon, and other companies like it, only care about their own bottom line; their commitment to Self-Publishers, Affiliate Marketers and other sellers they have partnerships with being a secondary consideration when it comes to their desire to make ever more money. Secondly: With the lay of the land being what it is for those of us trying to make a few dollars online; one really does need to understand that the life-style that many Internet Companies claim that can be had “has nothing to do with you. Continue reading “What The Best Online Marketing Strategy Truly Is: Working Online: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”
Having been contacted on February 2, 2017 by a fellow JAWS user who had never been able to complete the Java verification process after updating their Java installation; I decided it might be helpful if I created the following embedded MP3 Audio file. In This file, in addition to showing what can go wrong during Java verification, I give pointers on how one might be able to complete the process and what to do if they can’t. Continue reading “Java Verification With JAWS For Windows 18.0.2324: Windows Software: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”
One day around the beginning of January, 2017, a friend of mine and I were on a call; her Windows 10 Professional powered Dell computer being evaluated for HIPAA compliance so she could start her new online job; medical coding from home. However, the IT Department of the company she’s coding for didn’t really inspire much confidence; saying software wasn’t present that actually was and trying to do stuff that was already completed. So, it really didn’t come as a surprise to me when they insisted on putting Malwarebytes 3.0 in her computer, even though she already had McAfee antivirus/malware software installed. Continue reading “Malwarebytes Conflicts With McAfee: Windows Software: Accessible Web Host’s Internet 101.”