Más de 30 años de trayectoria avalan a este restaurante ubicado en Jaén que desde sus inicios se ha caracterizado por la gran calidad y variedad del producto que ofrece. Un producto que en cocina es tratado con el mayor mimo para conseguir el mejor resultado posible.
La cocina tradicional del inicio no ha desaparecido, pero se ha ido combinando, con el paso de los años, con el toque de modernidad necesario para ofrecer platos distintos que no dejan al comensal indiferente.
Throughout June, we’ve published a series of Q&As at WordPress Discover featuring members of the Automattic team. These conversations explore personal journeys; reflections on identity; and diversity and inclusion in tech, design, and the workplace. Here are highlights from these interviews.
Gina Gowins is an HR operations magician on the Human League, our global human resources team. In this interview, Gina examines identity and language; communication and trust-building in a distributed, mostly text-based environment; and how her life experiences have informed her work.
I am particularly attached to the term queer as a repurposing of a word that was once used to isolate and disempower people — it was used to call people out as problematically different and other. From my perspective, there is no normal and no other; instead, we are all individual and unique. Identifying as queer allows me to take pride in my own individuality.
Language changes over time, and how we use language shapes our values and thinking. In a culture that is aggressively governed by heteronormative values and where it can still be dangerous and lonely to be LGBTQIA+ — such as the United States, where I live — defining myself as queer is also my small act of defiance. It is a reminder of the consistent fight for acceptance, inclusion, and justice that so many people face, and our inherent value and validity as humans.
Echo Gregor is a software engineer on Jetpack’s Voyager team, working on new features that “expand Jetpack’s frontiers.” In this conversation, Echo talks about gender identity, pronouns, and names; and how xer identity and experiences have impacted xer approach to development and work in general.
Earlier in my transition, I called myself “E” sort of as a placeholder while I pondered name things. One late night, on the way home from a party, I had a friend ask if they could call me Echo, as it was the callsign equivalent for “E.” I immediately fell in love with the name, and gradually started using it more and more, until I made it my legal name.
I like that it’s simple and doesn’t have many gendered connotations in the modern world. I also appreciate it’s mythological origin! In the myth, Echo was a mountain nymph cursed by the goddess Hera — to be unable to speak, and only repeat the last words said to her.
I think there’s a lot of parallels in our world to that idea. We’re part of systems that are so much bigger than us that it’s rare any one of us can be loud enough to bring meaningful change, to speak new words. But echoes don’t perfectly repeat things. They reflect what is given, and in so doing change it a little. I like to try and live up to that by bringing a bit of change to the world, not by being the loudest, but by reflecting things back in my own way.
Mel Choyce-Dwan is a product designer on the theme team. In this Q&A, Mel tells us how she got involved with the WordPress community through a previous WordCamp, about her observations of tech events as a queer designer, and about the importance of inclusive design.
Show a lot of different kinds of people in your writing and your imagery, and don’t make assumptions. Talk to people from the communities you’re representing if you can, or read about their own experiences from their perspectives. Don’t assume you know better than someone else’s lived experience. When in doubt, talk to people.
And don’t just talk to people about how your product should work, talk about how it shouldn’t work. Talk about how people think others could hurt them using your product. People of marginalized identities often have stories of being harassed, stalked, or abused on the web. We need to think about how our products can be used for harm before — not after — the harassment.
Niesha Sweet, a people experience wrangler on the Human League, says she feels like she was destined to work at Automattic. In this final interview, Niesha reflects on her Pride Month traditions and what she finds most rewarding about her HR work.
I would say that we all have to apply an additional level of empathy, understanding, and openness when working together. Just with communication alone — English is not the first language for some Automatticians, and some cultures’ communication style is direct. Assuming positive intent and having an additional level of empathy for one another allows us to effectively communicate with each other, while also appreciating our differences.
The reward that comes with our diverse workforce is that every person and voice has the opportunity to be heard. Impostor syndrome is real, so some Automatticians may not feel as though they can share their ideas with anyone at the company, but we truly can. Our level of diversity is truly outside of what the typical company is aiming to achieve. That’s not to say we’re not looking to hire more diverse Automatticians, or increase our workforce with non-US hires, but we’re not limited by age, sexual orientation, race, and gender identity. Diversity has a different meaning in a lot of the countries where we have Automatticians, and that alone is rewarding.
The WordPress app on your Android or iOS device is your companion wherever you go. Manage your site, write and publish, and even add images to your posts — from anywhere you are. Oftentimes, the most engaging posts include visuals, like the photos you take on the go: pictures from last week’s walk, snapshots of your afternoon picnic, or portraits of the family with your puppy.
Have you ever needed to edit your images on your phone? Maybe the lighting wasn’t quite right, or the framing and composition were off. You can now make small retouches right in the WordPress app, like cropping, rotating, and even adding a filter to change the mood of your photos.
You now have the option to edit an image. If your photo is already in the post, tap it, then tap the icon in the top right corner and select Edit. When you’re finished editing the image, tap Done and the previous image will be replaced with the new one.
If you’re adding a new image, you can edit it before inserting it into the post. For example, add a Gallery Block, tap Add Media, and select Choose from your device. Select one or multiple photos, then in the bottom left corner, tap Edit. Edit your image, tap Insert, and that’s it!
If you’re offline, you can still add, edit, and insert new images to a post.
Making small adjustments
Need to adjust or enhance an image? You can now rotate a photo or crop the borders:
Adding a filter or drawing over an image
If you’re using the iOS app, you can apply a filter to your picture:
And if you have iOS 13 or later, you can also draw over an image, either with your finger or with your Apple Pencil:
Android users, stay tuned: these features are coming soon!
We’re thrilled about these new updates to the Media Editor! Let us know what you’d like to see in upcoming versions. We’d love to hear your feedback.
For many people, the go-to tool for updating a website is a laptop or desktop computer. Did you know, though, that the computer you carry around in your pocket has as much power as the one on your desk? The WordPress mobile apps are packed with features that make it possible to manage your site no matter where you are.
Want to become a WordPress app pro? Register for our next webinar, “WordPress Mobile: Your site. Your inspiration. Anywhere.” We’ll be sharing bite-sized tips that will transform the way you manage your site and connect with your audience.
Some of the topics we’ll cover include:
How to create a site from your phone.
Using stats on the mobile app for a deep dive into your site’s performance.
Leveraging the activity log to keep an eye on what’s going on around your site.
The recently introduced WordPress editor and the ways it has revolutionized mobile content creation.
Starter page templates and how they can jump-start your page designs.
How to use the WordPress.com Reader to find new content and expand your site’s audience.
Making the most of real-time notifications and alerts.
Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2020 Time: 10:00 a.m. PDT | 11:00 a.m. MDT | 12:00 p.m. CDT | 1:00 p.m. EDT | 17:00 UTC Cost: Free Registration link
Eli Budelli and I will be your hosts — we work on the WordPress mobile apps, so you’ll be learning and sharing with the people who are crafting your mobile experiences. No previous knowledge using our mobile apps is necessary, but we recommend a basic familiarity with WordPress.com and installing the WordPress app to ensure you can make the most from the webinar. The session will cover both iOS and Android, last about 40 minutes, and conclude with a Q&A session (15-20 minutes), so start writing down any questions you may have, and bring them with you to the webinar.
Little details make a big difference. The latest block editor improvements incorporate some common feedback you’ve shared with us and make the editing experience even more intuitive than before.
We’ve also updated the categories we use to organize blocks, so you can find exactly what you need, fast. Read on to learn about recent changes you’ll notice next time you open the editor.
Move on quickly after citations and captions
Have you ever felt as if you were stuck inside a block after adding a citation? Now, when you hit Enter or Return at the end of the citation, you’ll be ready to start typing in a new text block.
Quotes, images, embeds, and other blocks now offer this smoother experience. It’s a small change that will save you a little bit of time, but those seconds add up, and less frustration is priceless.
Streamlined heading selection
Another subtle-yet-helpful change we’ve introduced is simplified heading levels. Before, the block toolbar included a few limited options with additional ones in the sidebar. Now, you can find all available heading levels right in the block toolbar, and adjust the heading directly from the block you’re working on. (For even more simplicity, we’ve also removed the dropdown in the sidebar.)
Select a parent block with ease
Working with nested blocks to create advanced page layouts is now considerably smoother. Some users told us it was too difficult to select a parent block, se we’ve added an easier way to find it right from the toolbar. Now it’s a breeze to make picture-perfect layouts!
Filter your latest posts by author
Sites and blogs with multiple authors will love this update: you can now choose a specific author to feature in the Latest Posts block.
To highlight recent articles from a particular writer, just select their name in the block’s settings.
Renamed block categories
Finally, the next time you click the + symbol to add a new block, you’ll notice new, intuitive block categories that make it both easier and faster to find just the block you’re looking for.
You keep building, we’ll keep improving
Thank you for all your input on how the block editor can be better! We’re listening. If you have more ideas, leave a comment below.
Ahora puedes registrar los dominios .mx y .com.mx para tu sitio de WordPress.com.
Tu sitio de WordPress.com incluye una dirección gratuita con un subdominio de WordPress.com, como tusitiofabuloso.wordpress.com. Ahora bien, si quieres crear un sitio profesional, puede que quieras quitar la parte de “.wordpress.com” y usar un nombre de dominio personalizado, como tudominiofabuloso.com. Si registras un dominio, tu antigua dirección seguirá funcionando, pero el tráfico que reciba se redirigirá automáticamente hacia el nuevo dominio.
Además del conocido .com, puedes registrar un sinfín de diferentes extensiones, como por ejemplo, .blog, .futbol, .info o hasta .lol – ¿por qué no? Estas extensiones, llamadas TLD, pueden también ser locales como, por ejemplo .fr de Francia o .uk de Reino Unido.
Desde hace poco también puedes registrar los dominios locales de México – .mx y .com.mx. Si vives en México, al intentar registrar un dominio, verás la extensión .mx como primera sugerencia pero, incluso si vives fuera, siempre puedes escribir la dirección entera manualmente. Para registrar tu dominio, ve a Mi Sitio > Administra > Dominios > Añade un dominio a este sitio web. A continuación, escribe el dominio que te gustaría registrar.
Acuérdate de que, para que tu dominio personalizado sea tu dirección principal, necesitarás un plan de pago.
Puedes encontrar el listado entero de todas las extensiones de dominios con sus precios en este enlace.
All of us know interesting people. Some have unique talents. Others have business ideas, write beautiful poetry, or have a passion to change the world for the better.
Should your mom be sharing her recipes with the world? Does your roommate have hilarious opinions on current events? Got a co-worker who needs to pursue her entrepreneurial dreams? Is your favorite singer-songwriter looking for a better way to make money from his music?
If they’re not online, they should be. If you’ve ever told a friend or family member that they should create a blog, start their own podcast, or sell what they make online, this is your chance to give them the nudge they need.
The WordPress.com Refer-a-Friend Program kicked off this spring. Both you and your connections can earn credits for their new WordPress.com websites. But what’s really exciting is how you’ll give people you know the opportunity to bring their big ideas to life.
How the referral program works
We’ve designed our peer referral program to be mutually beneficial: You simply invite someone — friends, family, casual acquaintances — to build a website. As long as they’re totally new to WordPress.com, they get a US$25 credit towards purchasing a WordPress.com plan.
And every time someone you refer picks a plan, you get a US$25 credit, too! That’s our way of saying “thanks.” The credit will be applied within two months of the referrer signing up and making an eligible purchase.
WIth current pricing, a $25 credit is more than 50% off the first year of a Personal plan and more than 25% off a Premium plan. Plus, your referrals also get a free custom domain name for their first year.
Here’s how to start:
Log in to your WordPress.com account and go to Tools → Earn.
Locate your unique referral link in the Refer-a-Friend section.
Copy the link and share it via email, social media, or text message.
Think about what you’ll say to each person before you pass along that link. Instead of saying, “Click this link and you’ll save money on a website,” tell people why you think they should make that leap. Tell them why you believe in them.
Then, tell them why you use WordPress.com and explain how you think it will help them, too.
A little encouragement goes a long way
Why should you bother? Why should you take the time to tell others about WordPress.com?
It’s not really about saving a few bucks (although that’s nice!). The credit is just a little incentive that convinces your friends they should take that first step towards doing something meaningful. You’re not clipping coupons. You’re encouraging the creation of something new and valuable on the internet.
Think back to when you first built a website. Think about the first blog post you ever published. If you’re like most people, it felt like a big deal. And it was a big deal. You had something to say, a goal you were striving to reach, and your website gave you the power to make it happen. Now it’s time to empower others with that same sense of possibility.
In a world of tweetstorms and 24-hour news cycles, websites help us stop consuming and start creating. They give us a space to be thoughtful and proactive. We need more original artists. We need more thoughtful writers. We need more brilliant entrepreneurs. We need more compassionate community activists.
Everyone at WordPress.com believes in the importance of democratizing online publishing. That means giving small businesses, free thinkers, and creators the tools they need to build an online presence.
But we also need you. We need you to help spread the word about what can be done with a real website. Think about three people you can refer to WordPress.com today and give them the spark they need to get started.
Make money while you build an engaged following for your website: use the WordPress.com Premium Content block to create monthly and yearly paid memberships that give followers access to the premium content of your choice – text, photos, videos, and more. You can now automatically deliver your new premium posts right to subscribers’ inboxes as a paid newsletter!
Anything that you can publish on a WordPress.com site with a block can become part of your premium content offering. Summer recipes, podcasts, fitness instruction videos, photography portfolios, music samples, access to digital downloads, poetry, political remarks — people on WordPress.com include all of that and more in Premium Content blocks, and they make money for sharing their expertise.
Premium Content block examples
Premium Content memberships also offer you a new way to engage your most engaged fans. Create membership tiers with different costs and content access levels. Craft targeted messaging for each one. Want to send special emails and offers or ask for suggestions about what kind of content you might create next? You control what content and messaging goes to your paying members via Premium Content blocks.
You focus on creating amazing content. We’ll handle the credit and debit card payment processing, reporting, and providing the right access for paying members to view your premium content or get your newsletters.
Launch your first membership
To use Premium Content blocks, you’ll need a WordPress.com website with any paid plan — Personal, Premium, Business, or eCommerce.
Create a new page or post, and add a Premium Content block.
To set up your first paid membership or subscription, create a Stripe account (if you don’t have one already). Stripe is the company we’ve partnered with to process credit and debit card payments in a safe, secure, and speedy way.
Set the cost of the membership and decide whether people will pay monthly or yearly. Want to offer multiple kinds of memberships with access to different kinds of content? Add separate Premium Content blocks for each one to create multiple membership options.
Add content that’s included with this particular membership to the Premium Content block. You’ll add content using blocks, and can add as many blocks within the Premium Content block as you like.
To let followers opt into receiving new premium content via email, turn on the “Posts via email” option in your paid membership plan settings. Your membership payments are processed by a WordPress.com feature called Recurring Payments, which powers seamless credit and debit card processing for the Premium Content block.
And just like that, you’re a membership organization! Share your new membership offerings with your network — social media, email, and word of mouth are all great places to start — and start building your following along with your stable, recurring revenue.
The past few months have been tiring for everyone. As the coronavirus spread across the globe, most of us thought that we were going to live with the uncomfortableness of shelter-in-place for a few months before things could return to normal. We thought that what would consume most of our free time was TikTok videos, Animal Crossing, Netflix, and maybe a reignition of hobbies. Unfortunately, this has not been the case.
Fast-forward to today. Society has not returned to normal and instead, we have had more time to engage on the topic of race on a global scale — specifically, how unfairly Black Americans are treated in American society.
Just Mercy is an important read by lawyer and Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson.
Mental health resources
Ethel’s Club – A Black-owned and -operated social club that offers access to Black therapists and a multitude of creative events for People of Color.
Crisis Text Line – A different approach to crisis intervention, Crisis Text Line offers you help when you text 741-741. You’ll be able to chat with someone who is willing to listen and provide you with additional resources.
Shine Text – A Black-owned self-care app through which you can sign up to receive cheerful texts and tips every day.
Starting a blog is easy and free on WordPress.com. But what if you’re new to blogging? If you need guidance on best practices, actionable tips on how to grow your audience and find inspiration to write, and constructive feedback from experts and fellow bloggers, you should join us at Blogging: From Concept to Content. It’s a three-day, hands-on, intensive workshop that will take you from “I’m not entirely sure what I’m doing?” to “I’m a blogger!”
Date: June 16–18, 2020 Time: 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. PDT | 8:00 a.m. –12:00 p.m. MDT | 9:00 am-1:00 pm CDT | 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. EDT| 14:00 – 18:00 UTC Location: Online via Zoom and private blog Cost: Early Bird Price — US$99 until 23:59 UTC on June 8, 2020. Regular price — US$179 from June 9 – June 15, 2020. Register now: https://wordpress.com/blogging-basics-workshop/
Featuring guest speakers and WordPress.com experts in areas like content and writing, SEO, design, and digital marketing, the workshop will include daily assignments and interactive discussions. You’ll also have plenty of opportunities to interact directly with the instructors as well as with Happiness Engineers. At the end of the workshop, you’ll walk away with:
A ready-to-launch blog.
An editorial calendar for the next 8–12 weeks.
A well-stocked toolkit of tips and techniques to continue to develop your blog and grow its reach.
Finally, and at least as important: a community of new blogging friends to learn from and grow with long after the workshop has ended.
We created this workshop for new bloggers who crave a structured, step-by-step approach to creating a blog that reflects their vision and voice, and who don’t want to waste time looking for answers all over the web. Be prepared to dive in and do the work! You won’t regret this investment, and you’ll be in great company.
Seats are limited to facilitate interaction between participants and instructors, so register now to save your slot. By registering this week, you’ll take advantage of our Early Bird Price of US$99 through June 8, after which the regular registration price of $179 will take effect.