Testing Jumplinks

##Notes for creating jumplinks ##A generic set to use for placing a link anywhere within a page to take you to the top. ##My Notes The first one goes at the top of the page.       <a name=” “></a>       <a href=” “> text </a> Example of 2nd line:        <a href=”#top”>top</a> The 2nd one goes anywhere you want to add a link that brings readers to the top of the page. ##A Generic Set for ‘Top of Page’ Place the first at the top of a page. Place the 2nd anywhere you want … Continue reading Testing Jumplinks

Practicing HTML Styling from W3

Practicing HTML and CSS from W3 **Remember to switch to code editor** None of the CSS worked and it just displayed as code But this works for colors:   which is cool because then I don’t need to remember hex color codes!      <p style=”color:purple;”>         </p> Trying a different font & inserting a comment into code that’s invisible to webpage This is what you use to insert a comment into your code that is just for you…it’s invisible to everyone else: <!– This is a comment –> When you do that in WP it changes … Continue reading Practicing HTML Styling from W3

Trying to Indent Text

Tweet//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Another thing I love about Evernote is the ability to crop and annotate screenshots from within any note.  This was always available through a standalone companion app called <b>Skitch</b>, but the workflow was cumbersome before.  Now Skitch functionality is incorporated into the main editing functions of Evernote so you can annotate notes on the fly easily like I did with all the screenshots here (primarily the arrows and the pixelation to obscure sensitive data)     Another thing I love about Evernote is the ability to crop and annotate screenshots from within any note. &nbsp;This was always available through … Continue reading Trying to Indent Text

Testing Fonts and Colors Again

First I’m going to create some different colors and sizes using the built in font for this theme: Colored font test ALL CAPS TEST medium blue = #333399 Colored font test ALL CAPS TEST olive green = #808000 Colored font test ALL CAPS TEST maroon = #993366 Colored font test ALL CAPS TEST red = #ff0000 Colored font test ALL CAPS TEST brick = #800000 Colored font test ALL CAPS TEST faded blue = #666699 Colored font test ALL CAPS TEST grey aqua = #008080 The next set are coordinating colors that work well with the color examples above Colored font test  olive green ALL CAPS TEST … Continue reading Testing Fonts and Colors Again

Testing Font Sizes and Colors

Test Scratch Pad – Failed Tests Below is the output of my testing out ways to define font types, sizes and colors using the <font> tag .  It no longer works in HTML 5 Now is the time for all good men… desdemona fontThree of a kind all over again. Three of a kind all over again. 3 Kinds of Lists Samples of 3 Types of List That Can Be Done Using HTML Taken from Dave Raggett’s Getting Started with HTML W3C’s website (2005) This page shows the results of the code which is shown on the coding tab of … Continue reading Testing Font Sizes and Colors

Favorite Code  Colored Text Box | Wrap Code| | Lawn Bowling – Select a Bowl Size

Wrapping Code to Display on Webpages Favorite code to place before text & after text: Code to place after text: Example: I would place this code before my text One Method One way to get the right size, shape and weight is to wrap both of your hands around the widest running surface of a bowl so that your middle fingers touch at the bottom and if your thumbs touch at the top that is your size. If, when bowling, the bowl slips out of your hand or the bowl drops onto the grass then you should move down in … Continue reading Favorite Code  Colored Text Box | Wrap Code| | Lawn Bowling – Select a Bowl Size

Some More HTML 

  Testing Columns This: Your content for your column #1 Your content for your column #1 Your content for your column #1   Your content for your column #2 Your content for your column #2 Your content for your column #2 Gets This: Your content for your column #1 Your content for your column #1 Your content for your column #1 Your content for your column #2 Your content for your column #2 Your content for your column #2 More About the Div Tag Authors are strongly encouraged to view the div element as an element of last resort, for … Continue reading Some More HTML