Coder’s Block

This whole idea of letting WordPress write my code in this Visual, What You See Is What You Get editor feels like coding with a paint brush. WordPress tries to support our artistry. Creative blocks in a coder relate to grabbing a can of Mountain Dew, and relate in an artist to reaching toward insatiable angst.

My chains are not your chains.

Restrain flickers till they shine as flames.

Withhold inadequate lines in the shadow of their future elegance.

When in doubt – read code.


<blockquote>
        <p style=”text-align:center;>My chains are not your chains.</p>
        …
</blockquote>

Read a Code to Unlock Coder’s Block

The code inside the art of a poem can be offset with a blockquote tag.  Ahhh back to the comfortable productivity of code.  Each line is broken with a p tag leaving an uncontrolled line spacing.  Doth WordPress need lend us a Poem format?

Local style without the beauty of eternal Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for a truly poetic style lets us text-align: center; for a modicum of expression.

No wonder I suffer from Coder’s Block.

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