Category: Design Essentials

CSS and HTML code bloggers should know - Carrie Loves Blog

Blogger’s Guide to HTML and CSS

Before we get started with all of the coding goodies, please make a backup of your site and/or file! The Differences between HTML and CSS HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. HTML tells your browser what to display and deals with the content and structure. CSS stands for Cascading Stylesheet.

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The differences between WordPress.com and WordPress.org - Carrie Loves Blog

WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org

What is WordPress.com? WordPress.com hosts for you, for free. It provides a quick and hassle-free option. Simply register an account, choose your site name, then select the theme design and launch your site. You don’t need to worry about the technical aspects as WordPress.com takes care of all of that.

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Genesis Author Pro how to add more buttons - Carrie Loves Blog

Genesis Author Pro how to add more buttons

Yesterday I ran into a conundrum with the Genesis Author Pro plugin – currently it only allows for three buttons. Well, as book reviewers and book authors know, you need MORE buttons when you are presenting a book to your readers for buying options. The usual suspects are Amazon, Barnes

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Have you noticed the one column trend?

Remember when photography blogs were basically the only blogs to utilize a one-column layout? All of that glorious space for their amazing photos. But, now, with the direction technology is taking more and more bloggers are ditching their multi-column layouts for a more streamlined one-column layout THAT LOOKS AMAZING ON

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