The problem I was having with my WordPress template that I talked about in my last post is fixed. I was having issue trying to upload my own photos to randomly be used at the top of this page. Turns out that WordPress doesn’t allow images larger than (I’m guessing 5MB). The one photo I was starting with was over 8MB, while the rest were under 5MB. So after resizing the problem photo, it uploaded, as did all the others I wanted to start with.
The photos rotating right now are from a series I did on Windows for my Photography 3 course at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Right now, I don’t have these photos anywhere else online, but one day I suspect some of them will end up on my flickr.
I also got the summary that is due today done this morning as I had planned (although it was very tempting to sleep in!).
It’s really late. Well, maybe not really late. It’s 1:30am on Monday, January 31, 2012.
2012. Where do the days go?
Overall, I guess I’m feeling okay tonight. I know there is a lot to do this week and soon I’ll feel the stress of crunch time.
Of course, instead of revising, proofing and finishing (it feels good to use those words, as opposed to the word “starting,” cause, yes, I have started them), some reading summaries for two of my classes tonight; I spent a couple of hours on my website trying to improve my WordPress layout. I’m glad that I got some things working, such as the grouping of links to different media sites I belong to (which you can find to the left of the screen) and changing the theme of my site. I’m a little upset that I couldn’t get WordPress to upload photos of my own artwork to use as the header photo but I guess I’ll leave that till another day.
So to close my work on WordPress for tonight, I’m writing this quick post to see if what I write here will also automatically post to my LiveJournal blog and then I’ll either catch some zzz’s or work on those summaries. I may just catch some zzz’s and wake up round 6:00 am to revise them.
Goodbye HMV > A Photo History of Robson & Burrard
(2012-01-30) How times have changed at the corner of Robson and Burrard Streets in downtown Vancouver, once home to Planet Hollywood, the Vancouver Public Library, Virgin Records and HMV. Take a peek back at history with these archival photos from the 189
Rafe Tells Harper and Oliver He's Ready for the Bulldozers
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