Tables in WP posts

This table is from WQ blog:

Acacia flavescens Eucalyptus tesselaris (Moreton Bay ash) Parsonsia lanceolata
Acacia flavescens Eucalyptus tesselaris (Moreton Bay ash) Parsonsia lanceolata
Acacia flavescens Eucalyptus tesselaris (Moreton Bay ash) Parsonsia lanceolata

This table is from my old site:

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tck tck tck brings you news from GCCA a network of more than 450 nonprofit organizations in more than 70 countries with a shared goal — a world safe from runaway climate change.

The Guardian

Alan Rusbridger explains why The Guardian is putting the climate change threat front and centre, and The Guardian’s ‘Keep it in the Ground’ campaign is a great resource.

The future of coal

As more countries turn against coal, producers face prolonged low prices, reports The Economist.

Health impacts

Studies show severe health impacts on coal miners, workers and local communities, says the Climate and Health Alliance (pdf).

The Galilee Basin

‘If Australia wants to save the Great Barrier Reef, it’s an “impossible task” to open up the massive coal reserves in the Galilee Basin,’ says top reef scientist Dr Terry Hughes.

Coalwire

Keep up to date with international developments in the coal industry and the efforts of groups working on coal-related issues with Coalwire.

Themes and appearance in WordPress

The “Theme” of a WordPress site, such as Green Path, defines a range of possible page layouts, not just one. In order down the page:

(A) All pages will have the same header “banner”. It is normally text but can be a logo, or text superimposed on an image.
(B) All pages will have a “header image” or none of them will. The header image, if used, can be (1) the same for all pages (2) a “slideshow” such this site uses or (3) a random image from a set uploaded for the purpose. I like (3) because I find (2) distracting and (1) dull, but I sometimes chose not to have a header image as such because my logo image fills that role. Like slideshow images, the random images would normally all be relevant to the site but may not always be relevant to the particular page they appear on.
(C) All pages will have the “menu”, the primary navigation tool.  Continue reading “Themes and appearance in WordPress”