A new blog post about the recent change in CommonSpot templates is available: http://blog.ecu.edu/sites/commonspot/blog/2010/10/28/new-commonspot-templates/
Note that whether you use CommonSpot, WordPress, a visual web designer such as Expression Web or Dreamweaver, or a plain text editor creating “raw” HTML, the link technique shown will work.
You can see the links in action if you do a search on the ECU E-mail and Phone Directory page.
A great collection of resources for WordPress:
If you wish to use these on ECU’s hosted WordPress MU site, you’ll need to have a customized theme. We’ve posted links and tutorials on creating themes before. Remember that the them collection is available to all users, so if you submit changes to be used at blog.ecu.edu, any and all blog owners can use them.
A great list of blogs/sites that cover WordPress, whether you’re a beginner or tweaking your own installation:
I have posted in my ECU blog a brief description and article link describing font stacks.
Have you wanted an easy way to make the little “favicons” that appear next to the URLs in your browser? No need for ICO programs, image editors, or even a magic lamp. Here’s a great website that turns your images into the ICO format for use as a favicon:
Simply upload the image you want converted to a favicon (note: it must be 100×100 pixels), and it will return you the ICO file, as well as HTML to add to your web pages that references that image.