OK, so you have brand, new self-hosted WordPress ready to blog any you’re one more Markdown lover, that doesn’t even think about writing in visual editor or HTML. So, you’re facing the “big question” on how to use Markdown in WordPress. Let me show you some options, that you have.
To my extreme surprise I have found that in some certain situations Google Chrome Dev Tools (and probably all others, as they seem to share the same or similar engine) may fool you and show you something a bit different than the real source code of your page is!
Let’s say, that you have a one or more columns, in which you would like to invert data. What is most important — data does not follow step-by-step (in which case you’d use simple data sorting function in Excel), It can have something like
–1, 5, 76, 23, –65, 124 in each following row of column and you want it to have like
124, –65, 23, 76, 5, –1. How to do this, if you deal with hundreds or thousands of rows, so manual change is not an option?
- drawing charts,
- doing some data visualization for the website,
- using them as gauges / clocks for the mobile client
(gauges can be used in limited manner on the website as well).
This article deals with most interesting ones that you may consider for above purposes.
Reverse geolocation is a process of obtaining certain geographical information (like street name, city, country etc.) based on geographical coordinates only.
OpenStreet Maps offers a cool looking (at least at first sight) reverse geocoder that can feed your application or website with a valuable geolocation data. However, as you go deeper in to the details, more cons over pros can appear.