Difference between Jimdo website and WordPress blog

​Jimdo. Being a web service meant for non-coders, Jimdo is very easy-to-use. You’ll be doing a lot of dragging and dropping in the What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get mode. The builder is completely code-free, unless you decide to use the built-in HTML/CSS template editor. Though Jimdo’s editor looks quite cohesive, we wish it had separate areas for content editing and… Continue reading Difference between Jimdo website and WordPress blog

Difference between WordPress blog and Jimdo website

Jimdo. Being a web service meant for non-coders, Jimdo is very easy-to-use. You’ll be doing a lot of dragging and dropping in the What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get mode. The builder is completely code-free, unless you decide to use the built-in HTML/CSS template editor. Though Jimdo’s editor looks quite cohesive, we wish it had separate areas for content editing and… Continue reading Difference between WordPress blog and Jimdo website

Advantages and Disadvantages of WYSIWYG HTML(What You See Is What You Got  Hyper-Text Mark-up Language) Editors

​ The Advantages of WYSIWYG HTML editors WYSIWYG HTML editors are frowned upon by expert web developers (or anyone who thinks he/she is an “expert” developer). It is “fashionable” to have a contemptuous view of WYSIWYG HTML editors and people who use them. The experts in their high-headedness forget that the web is a platform… Continue reading Advantages and Disadvantages of WYSIWYG HTML(What You See Is What You Got  Hyper-Text Mark-up Language) Editors

The Ten Uncommonly used Filipino Words

1.) Dalubsakahan(Agriculture) -the science art or practise or cultivating the soil, producing crops and raising livestocks and in varying degrees the preparation and marketing of the resulting products. Used in a sentence: Dalubsakahan ang ikinabubuhay ng aking Lolo at Lola. 2.) Dalubhayupan(Zoology) -the scientific study of the behavior, structure, physiology, classification, and distribution of animals.… Continue reading The Ten Uncommonly used Filipino Words