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Type in Subdomain Name: eg. "syc" in the Subdomain box, nothing else.

Next box select the domain: eg. in this case "bucknergraphics.com"

The next bos "Document Root" should auto-fill: inthis case eg. "public_html/syc" then make it "syc.bucknergraphics.com"

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You should then get the message: "Success: “syc.bucknergraphics.com.bucknergraphics.com” has been created. "

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Installing WordPress in the Subdomain Folder

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Columnm Styling

To create columns, of varying ammounts, the proerty ".newspaper" is used:

/* ********************** */
/* Column Styles */
/* ********************** */

.newspaper {
-webkit-columns: 2 40%; /* Chrome, Safari, Opera */
-moz-columns: 2 40%; /* Firefox */
/*columns: 2 150px;*/ /* *** WBO *** I am not sure what the 150px was for *** */
columns: 2;
-webkit-column-gap: 2em;
-moz-column-gap: 2em;
column-gap: 2em;
}
.newspaper h3 {
color: #791A06;
font-size: 140%;
}

/* *** WBO ***The following is to prevent a section from breaking into the next column. Found at: https://css-tricks.com/almanac/properties/b/break-inside/ *** */
.noCoiumnBreakWrapper {
-webkit-column-break-inside: avoid;
page-break-inside: avoid;
break-inside: avoid;
}
.literatureHolder {
padding-bottom: 30px;
border-bottom: 1px solid #797979;
margin-bottom: 30px;
}
.literatureHolder h3 {
margin-top: 0px;
line-height: 120%;
margin-bottom: 0px;
}

Newspaper Columns

Two Columns

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Newspaper Columns

Three Columns

I was able to produce three columns by wrapping the two column .newspaper style in the .threeColumnNewspaperHolder. So the div starts .threeColumnNewspaperHolder .newspaper:


.threeColumnNewspaperHolder .newspaper {
-webkit-columns: 2 40%; /* Chrome, Safari, Opera */
-moz-columns: 3 30%; /* Firefox */
columns: 3;
-webkit-column-gap: 2em;
-moz-column-gap: 2em;
column-gap: 2em;
}

Also, the code div above is also wrapped in a div, .noCoiumnBreakWrapper, to keep the div from breaking to the next column.

.noCoiumnBreakWrapper {
-webkit-column-break-inside: avoid;
page-break-inside: avoid;
break-inside: avoid;
}

For smaller screens ther media query style is as follows:

@media (max-width : 1000px ){

.newspaper {
-webkit-columns: 1 100%; /* Chrome, Safari, Opera */
-moz-columns: 1 100%; /* Firefox */
columns: 1;
/* -webkit-column-gap: 2em;
-moz-column-gap: 2em;
column-gap: 2em;*/
}
}

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contentLeft

This is a main column on the Left with a sidebar on the right styling. The coding as follows:


.contentLeft {
float: left;
width: 65%;
padding: 10px;
font-size: 110%;
line-height: 160%;
}
.sidebarRight {
float: right;
width: 30%;
font-size: 90%;
line-height: 130%;
}

Since the two styles use float properties I put a clear both style div following them.


.clear {
clear: both;
}

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sideBarRight

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contentRight

This is a main column on the Left with a sidebar on the right styling. The coding as follows:


.contentLeft {
float: left;
width: 65%;
padding: 10px;
font-size: 110%;
line-height: 160%;
}
.sidebarRight {
float: right;
width: 30%;
font-size: 90%;
line-height: 130%;
}

Since the two styles use float properties I put a clear both style div following them.


.clear {
clear: both;
}

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sideBarLeft

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proto bohob: track by track

1. Flower (Bergman) (early Patron Saint demo)


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Flower

Paul D'Alton-drums, tambourine
Jon Tuttle-piano, guitar
Eric Bergman-guitar, bass, vocals

+Special Bonus:Flower (alternative take)

2. Nostalgia Trip (Jonathan Tuttle)

©1969, all rights reserved, Chorksongs/BMI
Nostalgia Trip

This was always one of Jon's personal favorites. We had recorded various versions earlier in 1969, but I feel that this one really captured it's beauty and poignancy most successfully. I remember Jon playing it for me on his 12-string in his backyard one lovely spring day in 1969; that's what I recall whenever I listen to Nostalgia Trip.

Jonathan Tuttle: piano, acoustic 6-string and 12-string guitars, vocal
Eric Bergman: tambourine, autoharp

2. Help!

The Beatles second movie Help! had its Royal World Premiere at the London Pavilion Theatre in the West End of London on July 29, 1965 and in the United States on August 25, 1965. Over half a century later, Help! is as fresh as it was before it was.

Help! came out in 1965. It was directed by Richard Lester.
The Wheel

Help! is filled with classic slapstick that would work whether it was done by a silent film master like Buster Keaton or a modern hack like Jack Black. Who tries to remove a ring with a wheel? That’s what they break butterflies on, ask the Rolling Stones. That’s an in-joke, which is in itself an in-joke in A Hard Day’s Night. Even the Royal House of Hanover had the wheel.

Jonathan Tuttle: piano, acoustic 6-string and 12-string guitars, vocal
Eric Bergman: tambourine, autoharp

2. Help!

The Beatles second movie Help! had its Royal World Premiere at the London Pavilion Theatre in the West End of London on July 29, 1965 and in the United States on August 25, 1965. Over half a century later, Help! is as fresh as it was before it was.

Help! is filled with classic slapstick that would work whether it was done by a silent film master like Buster Keaton or a modern hack like Jack Black. Who tries to remove a ring with a wheel? That’s what they break butterflies on, ask the Rolling Stones. That’s an in-joke, which is in itself an in-joke in A Hard Day’s Night. Even the Royal House of Hanover had the wheel.

Jonathan Tuttle: piano, acoustic 6-string and 12-string guitars, vocal
Eric Bergman: tambourine, autoharp

Project7 Image Rotator Magic Slideshows

This slideshow was created using Project7 Image Rotator Magic

One can set variable using the interface:

This icon image is a trigger for a Project7 Pop Box Magic popup, In this case it is the screenshot of the settings for the first slideshow below.

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