Hey ladies, I just started blogging in September and I love it. Some great resources i've gathered have been life and time savers for me. Check out these links (and of course, my blog Jenna In The Ditch.)
Oh Grisell, it seems intimidating, but all you have to do is change your blog TEMPLATE under pick a new template back to MINIMA, then go to your 'edit HTML' tab and scroll down until you find the passages highlighted, and just change the numbers there to bigger ones. If you can't find where to start when you get there, press 'control' 'F' on your keyboard, a search will come up and just type the first word in there!
Yes you can Michelle! I know, no one explained until I had bought mine! So, photobucket.com is a great site. Get an account, because you will need one if you're bloggin. You upload your graphics that you can score off the web (even from google) or use the stickers they have to jazz it up. Once your image is uploaded, you may edit, crop, rotate, title, recolor. Anything you want. When your finished, it'll give you the HTML code and a website URL that links directly to the photo. Then, go to my link of how to ad a link into a picture and link your website up! It's all free too. All the graphics on my website I did on photobucket. It'll do until I switch to a domain.
(When linking your site to your button your image source in the picture URL that photobucket will give you)
Clear as mud?
I'm going to say HELP! Here and a couple of other places to track people down.
I just redesigned my blog and added a button. I followed the directions exactly on adding the link, etc. from cute blogs on block. Look at my site and see the photobucket thing under my button... what's going on... any help?
Getting ready to attempt to go to three column!!! Didn't work last time, it just stretched my text out.
I added the prettiest backgrounds to my blogs using your link to http://www.thecutestblogontheblock.com/free.html
I can't believe all those beautiful backgrounds are available for free. The prettiest one I got I think is on my Gardening Shady Style blog: http://shadygardens.blogspot.com. It has glittery butterflies. What do y'all think? I also got a bunch of other ideas from your blog. Thank you so much for helping me!
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