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“It must be official if there’s a flyer 😁
Delighted with our flyer on the @IUAofficial #IUADigEd project that I’m leading out on for @UCC with @id_ucc
Big thanks to Moya for her design work on this 👌 now let’s get going 😃 Enhancing Digital Teaching & Learning 🙋♀️”
“Enjoying the @QQI_connect #modelsforsuccess event with colleagues from the #IUADigEd EDTL project @MunroMo @lowneyrob and Mairead O’Reilly. Interesting perspectives from across the education sector”
I took your advice and installed the Github Updater plugin and then started from scratch removing your theme from my site initially. I then re-installed the master iwtwentyfifteen theme from Github via the plugin interface and also created a child theme directory in my FTP client, Cyberduck, which I titled ‘iwtwentyfifteen-child’. I then activated the child theme in WordPress – its style.css simply imports your master style.css – and it recognised the footer images you had added in your source img folder, etc. so I’m hoping all is okay with its title including ‘-child‘.
Unfortunately, doing this didn’t resolve the display issues on either the pages or the single posts at the canonical URLs. I made some very minor amendments to the footer.php but didn’t make any direct changes to content, single, or index.php files. I use the Settings > Insert Headers and Footers area on WordPress to add a few rel links and endpoints (authorization, token, microsub server). I removed each of these and re-added them but they didn’t appear to make any difference. I also removed and re-added each of the widgets I was displaying, but no joy with that either.
However – dealing with the page issue firstly – I inspected my website source and noticed that the ‘hentry’ class seems to be absent beneath the
article tag on my pages. It appears to be present on your site pages under the
article tag. Once I add hentry as a class to the article tag on each of my pages in the inspector, they then appear as yours do, which is brilliant. I’m not confident about where I should get this working in the theme code though, would you know the best place(s) to remedy this within my code so that all pages will use the hentry class?
I thought if I created a new test page that the hentry class might be included in that (trying to rule out the possibility that it was only older legacy pages on my site that wouldn’t include the hentry class, for whatever reason), but unfortunately not.
I haven’t yet figured out much new info. with the quirky display issue of the canonical single posts URLs. When I inspect the source of any canonical single post there does seem to be a lot of extra bloat at the top and left hand side of the page around the sidebar.
What follows may tend toward the jargon-y end of programming, but I’ll endeavor to explain it all and go step-by-step to allow those with little or no programming experience to follow along and use the tools I’m describing in a very powerful way. I’ll do my best to link the jarg…
“Great to see the work of @IUAofficial and its’ members in Enhancing Digital Capacity in Teaching & Learning being presented by @sharonlflynn at the #EUALearnTeach Forum.
@TheUSI are pleased to be a member of the Steering Group for this project.”
“Thrilled to learn that an article I co-authored with MA graduate @AileenCud won the Frank R. Smith Outstanding Journal Article Award for 2019. The article appeared in the STC’s Technical Communication journal in November https://t.co/OezbbT8HyX #tcidul @ResearchArtsUL”
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Last Friday, 6th February, I had the pleasure of facilitating a workshop at DCU hosted by Dr Eamon Costello, Head of Open Education, NIDL, Dublin City University. The webinar was one of a series of…
Gettin’ Air with @Pedagodzilla! The dynamic duo of Mike Collins and Mark Childs get together in a recording studio to smash a pedagogic theory together with a pop culture universe in order to make sense of it all and turn it into the Pedagodzilla Podcast (pedagodzilla.com). And somehow it works very, very well. Have a listen to find out how the magic happens.
Responding to a provocation by Stephen Haggard.