You’ve enjoyed the convenience of making cheap quality VOIP calls over the internet courtesy of Magicjack. However you can’t figure out how to change your outbound caller ID as it would show up on other people’s phones. Maybe you don’t want your full name, or just want the phone number itself to be the caller ID? Perhaps you’ve searched the internet, and are only taken to out of date solutions that no longer work? Here is what actually works in the years 2015-2016. Simply go to your account at http://my.magicjack.com, and log in. Then click the top tab labeled “Call Features”. Then scroll down the menu to hit “Caller ID Name”. Find your phone number and/or Magicjack Device Name on the list, and change the name in the blank next to it. Hit “Submit”, and your Magicjack Caller ID has been changed. It’s a far simpler process than calling up your phone company to change your landline caller ID. That is if they even allow it!
In order to add multiple hyperlinks to on standard image, rather than a flash animation, or some other advanced media, you need to utilize image mapping code. Basically a series of tags defines a set of coordinates on the image that correspond to a specific hyperlink. This can be quite useful for ad banners, or diagrams featuring multiple images within it. If you don’t want to mess around with any type of html coding then all the work can be done for free at Image-Maps.Com. Just enter your image URL, define the areas you want linked, and then enter the hyperlink. They output the image mapping tags for you to copy, and paste within the page code of your website or blog.
You will also see the file with your user name, and password in the video. This can help if you forget these in the future since it might be the only way to log back into your WordPress blog again.
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For reason unknown the makers of the WordPress Parallax Content Slider continue to not have an option in the user settings to change the font when it’s clearly too big for most people! They start that bad boy out at 66px! You can’t even see most your post title. It’s beyond ridiculous, and sad for such a cool free WordPress content slider! The method mentioned here works with the latest version as of January 2015 which is Version 0.9.8. Simply update the Plugin within Installed Plugins in your WordPress Dashboard.
Since these Wizard Masters haven’t the foresight to give us the option to change the font in our Dashboard we’ll have to edit their style file. You will need open you site up with FTP software, a file manger, or whatever method you can to acquire your sites files. Then go to the folder containing your WordPress blog. Go to the Wp-Content folder, and then the Plugins folder. Within that folder click the WP-Parallax- Content-Slider folder. Finally go into the css folder, and copy the style.css file, Save one file on your desktop to edit, and another in a different folder as a back-up in case you mess up. If you have an online file manager you can edit that way as well.
The file on your computer might not open up with anything so right click it, and then click Open With Notepad. Then click edit, and then find in the Notepad file to search for the word font. The second result in the search should yield this:
Change the font-size to 20px, or any number you’d like. Then save the file. Replace the style.css on your server with your edited Notepad file, and then refresh your blog to see if the title in the slider is smaller. You can continue to change the font-size number until you get the size you desire. You may also alter the font color.
Searching for the word font another 3 searches down, or 5 from the top of the Notepad document should get you this code:
Again you can change font-size here to alter the size of the description font below the title in the slider along with the color as well. Then save your file to the server replacing the current style.css. Studying the style.css file further will aid in further altering the content slider to fit the needs of your website because God knows the folks down at WP Parallax Content Slider aren’t going to help you!
Congratulations you’ve defeated the idiocy of the WP Parallax Content Slider!