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Testing a new plugin I just wrote

So I’ve finally learnt how to build a plugin to support ‘mojomeja’ posts using WordPress Gutenberg ‘Blocks’. Also with wysiwyg in the editor. Nice.

Here’s a test using an old audio post…

This should be below it.

How about a photo?

and now some more audio (but hiding the title this time) …

and even a 360 image!

and finally, a video


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I have made a(nother) thing….

This post was created using it.

It’s a Chrome extension idea I had ages ago which I recently decided to finally build.

It makes it very easy to share a partial screenshot of any web page to a WordPress blog. Like this!

(All it needs is the JWT Auth plugin to be installed first)

Once I have it all cleaned up I’ll get it up to the Chrome Web Store.

It’s very much based on another Chrome extension I built some time ago called ‘SHOTPIN‘.


You do realise, it’s only a matter of time until people will walk around wearing ‘sunglasses’ which alter and enhance reality with insta-like filters?

They probably already exist.

Maximising Medium

I don’t know about you, but I find the reader-unfriendly letterbox design of Medium pretty irritating. [eg]

A platform literally built for people to read things, filling about a quarter of the visible browser height with pointless elements, begging you to sign up or remind you what you’re trying read. Sigh.

So, I’ve knocked up a little ‘bookmarklet’ script to get rid of the annoying bits:

You should be able to click and drag this link >>> MAXMEDIUM <<< to your Chrome browser Toolbar to create a simple button to click, when things get on your way on Medium articles.

If that doesn’t work, you can create a new bookmark and paste this code in to the ‘url/link’ entry:

javascript: (function() {
    function R(w) {
        try {
            var d = w.document;
        } catch (E) {

I’ve also created one to kill autoplaying videos from news sites like The Independent, which then follow you down the page as you’re trying to READ the NEWS, even though you stopped it or never wanted to watch it. Double-deep-sigh.

What a waste of bandwidth. And also completely destroying any sense of honesty from analytics on video views. “Hey, video views are up!” “That’s great! Well done video producers! Call the ad men!”
Web developers: “…….”

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