When you are browsing the Internet, different protocols enable your browser (Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) to communicate with the server that hosts the websites you wish to consult. Until recently, it was usually an HTTP protocol. However, this protocol does not guarantee optimal security in terms of the confidentiality of the data that you receive and send when you are browsing the Internet. Continue reading Hypotheses plays the security card with the “HTTPS” protocol
With its easy-to-use and intuitive interface, Kebo Twitter Feed makes it easy to display your tweets on your Hypotheses blog.
The Cite plugin, which is automatically activated on your blog but optional to use, offers an easy way to tell your readers how to cite your posts.
Please note that a new version of Hueman is now installed on Hypotheses, meaning that much of the information contained in this post has changed: all the configuration options for this theme can now be found in the “Appearance > Customize” menu on your dashboard. The tutorial shown below is therefore out of date. However, it may still be useful to help you understand Hueman’s different configuration options, which are still available and outlined below.
For full and up-to-date details on Hueman, please visit the official website created by the theme’s developers. However, please note that we have chosen not to include some of the configuration options mentioned on the official site on Hypotheses itself. These options will therefore not be available on your blog.