This post is the second installment of How to user Google Spreadsheets as a Data Source in WordPress. Click Here for Part 1.
This is the first in a two post series that will walk you through how to insert content from Google Spreadsheets Inline into WordPress pages. Background Recently, I was converting a site from ASP to WordPress. This site details a mortgage loan and its amortization schedule. The amortization schedule is built with Google Spreadsheets. I […]
I use a Microsoft Zune as my portable media player. Some people are all high on the iPod, but those are too rich for my blood.
Today is election day in these Grand Old United States. As such, if you are of voting age and not a felon, illegal immigrant or otherwise disqualified from casting a ballot, get off your butt and get to the poll.
Sometimes some of the easiest tricks on a computer are the least often used. I would wager that over 3/4 of the population has never intentionally used a single function key on their keyboard. Sure, they might have mashed one or two in a fit of rage as their system locks up for the 17th […]
These days, when you sign up for Internet service from any Internet Service Provider (ISP), you always get at least one e-mail account. Some providers will give you ten or more accounts with your service. In my opinion, they could give you eleventy billion accounts and you shouldn’t use any of them as your primary […]
While putting this site together, I ran into an issue where some of the Google Adsense ad units were not displaying. They were all using the same code, so as such I was baffled. What I observed was that all ads would display on the individual post pages (single.php), but some were missing on the […]
While normally I find the Huffington Post to be Grade A Bull Plop, I’m a big fan of their Fundrace map. Very interesting. http://fundrace.huffingtonpost.com/ (via Lifehacker)
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