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
There are several plugins out there that make it easy to add an image to your sidebar. But they’re pretty unnecessary. Adding an image to your sidebar only takes one little tiny line of code. You can just copy and paste it and then add your image. No plugin required. I’ll walk you through it in the video, or you can read the step-by-step below.
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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.
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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. Sign up for an account on SlideShare.net, and confirm your email address immediately. At the SlideShare site, click on the “Upload” button (the big orange one in the top right of the screen), and upload your PowerPoint presentation. How to add a power point presentation to wordpress from christinaleans Click Click here to keep reading