Ancient WordPress Themes

While rooting through all my websites to bring them up to use SSL  (so they have that nice https:// and a lock that shows google likes them), I removed a bunch of old plugins and themes that haven’t been updated in years (internet decades).

This first image is a true gem – the “default” WordPress theme — that came complete on installation along with insisting that “admin” be the default user

And here’s another special one — to give the internet the look like it would have had when I was a kid:

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Converting this WordPress site from http: to https: – Part 3

The instructions I followed from wpbeginner.com suggested adding this new secure site to the google search console.

And there I was told that my site was not mobile-friendly!

This is the google version of “No dogs allowed”

So I took a look for myself using mobiletest.me and…

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How Do I Know What My WordPress Theme Looks Like In Different Browsers?

In my post yesterday, Making a Popup Window in WordPress, I mentioned that my theme was rendering a little differently in some browswers and that in some of them the lines of code were too wide and were being cut off. How did I know this? I don’t have a bunch of PCs, Macs, and Linux machines sitting around running different versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Safari, etc.

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