This Table of Contents (ToC) implementation uses only pure HTML and CSS. Free WordPress.com users should hone in on the HTML aspects of the tutorial, ignoring the CSS.
Free WordPress.com users can use CSS inline by adding the coding within the post editor. Others will place the styles inside a CSS style sheet or the CSS Customization area. Either way, a frequent use of CSS involves styling blockquotes.
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Convert WordPress categories ←→ tags the easy / quick way.
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Wanna embed a Pinterest board in a WordPress post? Avoid the new Pinterest “Sections” feature, introduced back in November 2017.
A bullet journal hosts this blogger’s Editorial + Social Media Content Calendars. They need food. I stash my Wheaties in a Pinterest cupboard. Enjoy!
Into your BuJo, or trying to pull a bullet journal “togetha”? Up for a day-by-day March challenge? Cool!
Updated this week, this jam-packed infographic delivers the goods re social media images sizes.
I couldn’t remember which specs matched which network. Repetitive googling forced my hand, resulting in this Character Limits spread.
Bullet journaling instills focus. Online activity generates lotsa notes. A dedicated A5 Slim Jibun Techo Biz embraces the combo for blog planning and followup.