I know that Google Photos is a way of storing and displaying photos that is
more cost-effective than iCloud (which is what I use), but I like the idea of
WordPress and its flexibility – I’ll persevere for the moment.
We had no Angst on that Urban expedition: it was a gorgeous day, the breeze
diluted the much-discussed pollution and all we saw were enjoying the company
> On 16 Apr 17, at 21:36, Moose <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 4/16/2017 9:46 AM, ChrisB wrote:
>> I’ve put up Week 14 images at cbimages.uk <http://cbimages.uk/>
>> <http://cbimages.uk/ <http://cbimages.uk/>>, covering a day in London during
>> which my wife treated me to a good lunch (an expensive one) in the Sky
>> Garden of 20 Fenchurch Street, in the City.
>> And I have a question: when using WordPress to write a blog, inserting
>> images every so often, how do I get the insertion point for text after
>> having inserted a couple of images. At the moment I have to be careful not
>> to add many returns by mistake.
> It's been years, so I don't remember details, but I do remember finding the
> process of setting up images with text between them irksome and tedious.
>> Any ideas?
> Wish I did. I've been using Google Photos for family and friends. The
> presentation of the images in an album is good, and navigating through the
> larger versions is good. The default view in ascending date order is
> annoying. I would prefer to have newest first, but the viewer has to reset
> that for themselves.
> No way to annotate as a blog, but as labels, the visibility of which varies
> with platform on which it is viewed. FAR superior presentation on
> phones/tablets to viewing a site in a browser.
>> Any comments on my day in London?
> Looks like a nice day out. Nice to get a view of part of your family.
> Urban Angst Moose
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/