So you may have noticed things have been quieter than normal of late even my reposting has slowed down this is for 2 main reasons.
1. If your not that well for a while you have to prioritise the things that are the most important in your life.
2. I for the life of me cannot work out how to reblog posts using the iPhone app for WordPress!
Today I’m going to talk about issue 2 back in the day in the app used to have a dedicated reblog button this was great but then it changed.
One app redesign later you had to click the share button and select WordPress and then you would get a screen in the app for all your options like say title and body etc. Simple (although actually not perfect). Your link and a quote would be in the body text and you could edit this and the title would be a default.
I’ve gone to do this again today and discovered it’s changed again.
Now the options just share the link for what you want to reblog the title is from what I understand the link.
It is totally bizzar so I attach a photo… Low vision users I apologise but this won’t have very useful alt text as I don’t understand it myself in the first place.
So iOS particularly iPhone users how do you reblog posts you want to share?
I’m either missing something simple visually or it’s really not very intuitive.
Help me people there is so much great stuff out there I want to share with you.
I’m a Christian so I don’t gamble so there is no chance of me winning the lottery but yes I often think this given my physical disability too… There are a couple of other things too one of the latest video magnifiers that can both magnify things and read the text out loud would be really appreciated. Although these things can be amazing for many who can afford them there are many who have to just make do and get on.
I was assessed for a personalised budget to help me with these kinda things a couple of years ago it was assessed that I would need an average of 6 hours of support a week. Months of filling in forms and assessments and being asked very personal questions and after it all my local council awarded me £6 of funding a week which would pay for less than an hour of support.
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There are many different types of Connective Tissue Disorders (CTDs) with symptoms that are all very similar. One thing that holds true among all the CTDs, however, is that they are genetic/heritable (at least the ones I am discussing here). The two most common type in which genetic diseases are inherited are: autosomal dominant and […]
This post is so well written I don’t have a lot to add but I will share this.
May is Ehlers Danlos Syndrome awareness month and that is why I have been using the #MayWeSay hashtag to help raise awareness of a condition that is totally invisible.
EDS is something I have had my whole life but not known about I had a conversation with one of my best friends from school, back then I though that everyone’s shoulder dislocated when they did a tennis serve!
EDS has totally changed my life the list of things I can no longer do seems to grow every day, the frustration anger and depression grow with it. It has destroyed my life as I knew it and created a different life.
The hardest thing is that no one can see it – I have to constantly explain and then people call my self obsessed.
I am blessed I belive in a God who saved me and who loves me unconditionally. He is with me on the days when getting out of bed is a challenge. He is with me at every hospital appointment and my hope is found in him. I have faith that God has a plan for my life and knows what lays ahead and I also know that all of this is for my good it’s so I can show others what I can overcome. I can bring testimonies of healing and encourage others.
Image Source – Pinterest Before you read this post, I firstly ask you to put yourself in a position of being diagnosed with an incurable, rare disease. It is almost an incomprehandable outcome for indivuals to think about, yet it is the reality for many…