(for maps: on a mobile device use the browser, not the googlemaps app; and turn it to landscape format)

folk music, cafes, pubs, poetry,
Cheshire, Staffordshire, Dingle,
from ents24
Upcoming Celtic, Folk, World, Drama, Play, Outdoor Theatre, Storytelling, and Poetry
near Macclesfield
Upcoming Celtic, Folk, World, Drama, Play, Outdoor Theatre, Storytelling, and Poetry
near Leek

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8 Responses to Links

  1. freddyheadey says:

    removing comments…
    > MySites
    > Comments
    > tick one to remove
    > Bulk Action > Remove to Trash
    > Apply(/Update?)

    2017, PC,
    > MySites
    > Comments
    > click the comment to open it
    > click the bin


  2. freddyheadey says:

    icon thingy (“blavatar” or “favicon”) can be different on each site…

    First decide on the picture.
    It needs to be bold and unfussy so that it ‘means’ something when it is viewed in that tiny thumbnail.

    Remember where to find it on your own computer.

    On the WordPress site…
    (it might be possible to hover rather than click…) > My Sites/Switch Site
    > click the site
    > WP Admin
    > Settings
    > General

    in “BlogPicture / Icon”
    ‘Choose file’
    & navigate to the file
    click/double click the pic so the name appears next to ‘Choose file’
    click ‘Upload Image’
    and crop as required

    It should say
    “Your blavatar image has been uploaded and you should start seeing it appear around soon!”

    The picture OR ANY UPDATE you make could appear immediately or it might take a few hours/to the next day before appearing.

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  3. freddyheadey says:

    Line Breaks….
    On a PC shift+ENTER gives a single line break.

    But, afaik, on a mobile with no shift key… either
    type <br> *
    then change to the HTML tab before > ‘Update’
    … or
    Change to the HTML tab and add line breaks with the ENTER key.
    > ‘Update’

    * Display HTML Code on web pages,
    convert to its ascii equivalent :


  4. freddyheadey says:

    Out of curiousity I just googled a section of text from the page above.
    There were a handful of hits but none linking here.
    Then I googled the text from one of the comments above and the top result was this page.
    So I’ve copypasted the following lines
    Macclesfield. My Barnaby map
    My Barnaby Map 2016

    Ireland. How many pubs are there in Dingle?
    (2016) Dingle Town & Peninsula Pubs &…

    Folky Stuff In Staffordshire

    some links to seasonal music & activities

    Listers of folky links
    for… UK \ regions \ counties
    UK Folk Links (work in progress! 2018)
    – –
    Some Spotify & YouTube playlists
    – Freddy’s Playlists –


  5. freddyheadey says:

    satnav lifetime updates
    Garmin : ” A product will be deemed to be out of service and its useful life to be ended if no updates have been downloaded for such product for a period of 24 months or more. ”
    TomTom : 2018 “TomTom STOPS supporting older Sat Navs with ‘lifetime’ updates”
    “TomTom has made more than 60 Sat Nav models obsolete”
    “… you can download 4 or more full updates of your map of Europe every year for the life of your product.”
    “Lifetime – this is the useful life of the device, which means the period of time that TomTom continues to support your device with software updates, services, content or accessories. A device will have reached the end of its life when none of these are available any more. ”

    terms 24 months 2 two years


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