If you have just one or two images that you want to be circles instead of squares, there’s a really simple line of code you can add to the image. It will be much faster than editing your image in Photoshop. If you remember from this post, you’ll remember that the code to add an image is this: <img src=””> You put your image url in between the quotation marks. (You get the image url by right clicking on your image and selecting “Copy Image Address.”) This is what the square image will look like: To make that image Click here to keep reading
This afternoon, I made a quick video tutorial for a client of how to make a fast and easy (and free!) header for her blog using Canva, and thought you might find it helpful too.
Once you have your Canva account, it literally takes less than 5 minutes to make your graphics (as you can see below, the entire tutorial is under that time).
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Every blog or small business needs a stock photo once in a while, whether it’s for their website, blog posts or social media. There are some really great resources for gorgeous, high quality, and free stock images out there, and there are also many posts about where to find them. Of course, Death to Stock is fantastic. You sign up and they email you a pack of beautiful photos every month. Gratisography, Unsplash, and Pixabay are all great sites to grab some free stock photos too. The only downside is that we all want free, beautiful images, so we all end Click here to keep reading