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Best answer I’ve found to the above question is “Olives from Andalucia”
So how do I make a text area stretch to fit the <div> it’s in.
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Have you seen websites which contain a load of Latin looking text where the designer hasn’t known what to put.
Wouldn’t it be nicer if there were some words which indicated the gist of the content but were clearly not the final ones.
Well now there’s a plugin that could possibly help… bbboing
Help for shortcode: [bw_code]Display the help and syntax for a shortcode
shortcode="bw_code| shortcode - The shortcode you want explained"
help="Y| N - Display help for the shortcode"
syntax="Y| N - Display the syntax"
example="Y| N - Display an example, if possible"
live="N| Y - Display the live results using default values"
snippet="N| Y - Display the generated HTML"]
Dummy content for page Creating a child theme
If you’re going to be developing a responsive website then you will need to be able to test how the site appears at different device sizes. You can simulate the view ports of a variety of devices using Firebug. How many different devices you cater for is up to you. You can use Google Analytics to find out who’s visiting and what browser they’re using. But let’s assume for the moment you want to start with: iPhone 3, iPhone 4, iPad, laptop and widescreen desktop. That’s enough to get started.
Less than, question mark, P – H – P
the WordPress start to poetry