I feel that I have done something wrong, but my facepiles have been turned into names.
I thought this was somehow related to GDPR and have finally gotten to lifting the hood, but there is nothing there? Have I missed something? Is it being broken by something else? I have ticked the various types in Settings>Discussion. Disabled Jetpacked based comments.
I am wondering if something occured by moving webmentions out of Discussion
And into IndieWeb plugin settings?
I am sure that it is just me.
I really like this idea Eddie. I guess it builds on the idea of creating custom web actions
? I am not sure I would necessarily know where to start but interpreted that it is in part built around information in the URL
. I currently use Tinyletter and haven’t explored MailChimp completely, but is this solution built into the template or your original posts?
Look forward to following your journey.
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Yes RSS readers are archaic, eh? But to me it is a more manageable way to scan the comment activity than a punch of post-like things.
I was wondering how I was meant to facilitate a threaded comment. Wondering Chris, is that with the Threaded Comment plugin? I remember seeing it listed as ‘optional’. Can’t remember if I installed it.
I still want to know how to bake more code into my responses/posts etc. Is it something that you handcraft or put into the theme?
I remember when I thought I had my head around WordPress and blogging. Then I found the IndieWeb and realised I had sold myself a lie.
This is a great post Bob. Engaging with parents is such a wicked educational problem. I remember developing a focus a few years ago as a part of my Google Certified Educator experience:
How Might We ENGAGE PARENTS in a CULTURAL SHIFT to make RELATIONSHIPS and CONNECTIONS the focus of learning?
What I learnt from the experience is that it is not as simple as just inviting parents in. I developed the eBox
blog as a way of engaging, however it never really took. Since then applications like Seesaw have really opened up this space.