Post 8 – OCN Fact Sheet on Electric Cars

This Post has been tagged with the Tag “Fact Sheets” and “Electric Cars”.

Here is a Fact Sheet on Electric Cars

This post has been marked as Category “Research” under the parent category “Resources”

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I am just using a document on Probate as a dummy. This just showing how you can put in a link to a document that is held within yourWP site and referred to like this “https://johnsnelsoncom.files.wordpress.com/2021/09/calendar-of-grants-of-probate-letters-of-admin-1855-1928.doc” in the link below.

Post 9 – AirBnB – “The Damage Done” – Slideshow

This post has been set with a Category of “AirBnb” under the parent category “Short Term Letting”

The actual slides are not real. Just showing functionality. This post has been tagged with the Tags “Damage”, “AirBnB” and “Owners Corporation”.

The slides in this presentation show “the needles and damage done” in some apartment buildings that have been infested with a never ending stream of changing visitors – leaving behind the evidence of drug taking, wild parties, damaged and broken doors and fittings, carpets and windows – these were once real homes occupied by real residents – now lost and gone to the short term letting market.

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Above, just an image for the posting – could be anything.

This is just an example of how to include a Slideshow – not a Powerpoint presentation – but more like portfolio of images presented one after the other. Maybe as a set of examples. They can be photos or images of documents or whatever.

You can write an introduction here – or even record and play a commentary.. Here’s some junk text – Nisus was guardian of the gate, most valiant of warriors, son of Hyrtacus, whom Ida the huntress had sent in Aeneas’ train, quick with javelin and light arrows. At his side was Euryalus—none fairer was among the Aeneadae, or wore Trojan armour—a boy who showed on his unshaven cheek the first bloom of youth. A common love was theirs; side by side they would charge into battle; now too they were mounting sentry together at the gate.

One thing that might be interesting is that you can upload a slide show of images – documents, pictures, files like this …