WordPress have just released version 4.3, also known as “Billie”.
One of the new functions of this release, which I’ve already implemented, is the Site Icons feature.
Site icons represent your site in browser tabs, bookmark menus, and on the home screen of mobile devices. Add your unique site icon in the customizer; it will even stay in place when you switch themes. Make your whole site reflect your brand.
So if you are looking at this post (or anything on my website) whilst on your computer or laptop you should now see a mini banana just left of the travellingbanana.com url in the browser.
Can you see it?
If you are on your mobile device such as an iPad or iPhone you can add me to your homescreen using the Add to Homescreen feature.
You will now have a funky smiling banana as an icon. It should look something like this:-
If you are visiting from an Android device, let me know the options you have and I will add those instructions here too?
You can find out more about this new WordPress release here
There was a time if I went on a journey I would pop a banana in my bag in case I needed an energy boost. However, sometimes I would forget it was there – so the banana would come with me on my adventures and invariably end up back home uneaten and a little worse for wear.
Each time I would take a banana with me it would become known as the Travelling Banana, an expression my husband came up with.
My tagline, Creative Exploring, covers the diverse range of topics that I am interested in and the creative pursuits that I am exploring such as drawing, photography, art, writing, knitting and technology. I also cover my cycling adventures and throw in a recipe or two along the way.
As I update my website with different content I will make a new word cloud to reflect what I have been saying! As the number of posts grow it will be interesting to see a distinct change in which words become more prominent as the months go by.