A favicon is the web nerd’s name for the small icon shown next to URL in your browser’s address bar, tabs or bookmarks. Favicons are a way to customize your blog, and make it stand out from ‘the next one’, called it “branding of your blog”. Interested? There are three steps to take to change (…)
Posts Tagged ‘ html ’
You probably had instances where you need to display a piece of HTML code ‘as is’ on your blog, or where you need to use special characters like ‘< ' or '>‘ etc.. Internet browsers easily get confused and often interpret these special characters as HTML code, resulting in goobledegoock displayed on the screen.
HTML is really much easier than it looks. Ok, let me re-state that: when publishing a blog, the groundwork is already done for us, we are left to play with the goodies: fiddling around with the text and images. And fiddling we do! Someone asked me how to put a text within a scroll bar. (…)
It seems many people are still struggling on how to post a video on their blog. It is really simple, actually. If you have a video on your computer you would want to publish, the first thing you need to do is to upload it to a video sharing site. I use YouTube. Registration is (…)
Featuring a guestbook guestbook on your site is an easy way to get feedback from your readers. One of the easiest, cleanest, best featured and well supported guestbooks I have found is Ultraguest. They also have a user forum and a problem reporting system. Important that the Ultraguest guestbook has an anti-spam filter.. And it (…)