Using symbols and emojis in your blog posts and widgets is super-simple. And no plugins are needed. Every character (symbol or emoji) has a code that begins with an ampersand and ends with a semi-colon, like this: &****; And all you have to do is find the code for the character you want and type it in to your blog post. Really, it's that easy. Click on the picture to keep reading 🢥
In the past, Microsoft allowed had a very simple way to insert a PowerPoint presentation into a blog post. Sadly, they no longer offer that service unless you have a business or “pro” account. There is still a simple work-around though, and it just requires a couple extra steps.
What is an optimized photo? It’s a photo that is the appropriate pixel size (width and height), an appropriate file size (the smaller, the better), and one that’s titled and tagged properly for your blog.
Why are optimized photos vital for your blog or website?
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So many terms! If you’re confused and overwhelmed by all the new words you keep regarding setting up a blog or website, this is the post for you.
It seems like a whole new language and can practically (or actually) make you cry. Here are the words you’ll see … Read the rest
There are only two things you need before you can set up a WordPress blog: a domain and hosting. Essentially, if your website was a house, the hosting is the piece of land you need to purchase to build your house on. The domain (eg. www.meynewebsites.com), then is the address… Read the rest
If you want to start a blog, you’ll need to start by choosing your blogging software (known as platforms). There are many to choose from, and many opinions on which ones are the best. I’ll try to break it down objectively for you, but I will be giving you my … Read the rest