Wednesday, 10 February 2010

Kamila On The HTML Tweaking Road

Kamila has this idea that she should know more about HTML code. The reason is quite simple, she want to make her blog a bit more individual and she feels that there are many other bloggers out there who want to do the the same but just don't know where to start..

It is a proud Kamila that looks at her blog and has got away form the 'blogger' standard format. It took a lot of time and effort do and even without any knowledge of HTML code, with just copying and pasting code that she didn't have a clue as to the meaning of, worked. Although Kamila's blog template now is different it still isn't very individual enough for her liking. She would like to put some graphics or pictures in the heading but this is far too complicated right now and of course tie consuming. She has however managed to change the text colour and the background colours. this is just the start she feels as she learns more each week.


Without a little tutorial Kamila wouldn't have manage anything. she now has found a site that gives everything she needs to know about HTML codes yet it explains it in simple laycamel terms. You may be thinking this is a sponsored post by Kamila, but it is not. She has used w3schools.com over the past few days and found it more than useful to tweak her blog. Just as an example with the colour changes, she just went to the site section hat gave the HTML colour codes then copied and pasted on her HTML template where she found different colour codes already in place. By using the preview option she could easily see whether she liked it before saving. She did of course save her template code by downloading it then uploading this in case things went pear shaped.


This is the start of something quite exciting for Kamila as she takes another step forward in blogging technique. She invites anyone to have the confidence to try it out, it really is quite easy and fun.

Kamila says, "Happy HTML Tweaking"
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2 comments: on "Kamila On The HTML Tweaking Road"

Paul said...

If you are new to HTML and CSS, it is a good idea to have a test blog to try things out on first, before adding them to your regular blog :)

Martin in Bulgaria said...

Yoiu know Paul that' exactly what we did when changing the template then deleted the temperary blog. It was a bit confusing and took a very long time, but worth the effort.