Revising draft documents in Microsoft Word

originally posted February 28, 2022;
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Revising draft documents in Microsoft Word—especially after a substantive review by the-freelance-editor—can seem daunting, especially at first glance! With stricken text, redlined and highlighted suggestions, queries and notes in the margin to explain and guide changes, your “hilited” (to signify the text is highlighted … continue reading

Quotes, Thoughts, and Such

I transcribed this quote from a story, “New podcast asks whether the classic novel Jane Eyre is relevant for readers today,” that ran on NPR’s All Things Considered, December 9, 2021.  During the story, author Marlon James was asked about removing classic literature from today’s curriculum and censorship of books considered to  … continue reading

Website images: SEO and WordPress

originally posted July 9, 2021; 
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Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and use of keywords and phrases often enters consideration when writing web page text or content for a blog post. But, it should also be a planned part of selecting, preparing, and posting online images—that’s right: with improvements to the abilities  … continue reading

Image file formats for web use

originally posted July 9, 2021; 
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The information in this post is just one part of a larger, more in-depth look at Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, for images (not videos) to be used online. As part of that discussion, the-website-editor divided the process into these following steps:

file formats and  … continue reading