My first Blogger Tips and Tricks post received such a positive response that, I have decided to make this a monthly feature. I know sometimes HTML codes and blogging, in general, can make you feel like you’ve just taken a trip in the Tardis..but my wish is to make it as simple as possible for you.
Update: I noticed when copying the code from this post the quotes are fancy and can mess with code. Please replace them before using code.
1. Placing Images Side by Side on my Blog.
Access the HTML side of your post and type the following code:
<img alt=”” src=”image url image 1″ width=”180″ />
<img alt=”” src=”image url image 2″ width= “180” />
In the highlighted blue area you will need to place the web-hosted URL of your image. You can use
Photobucket(this is what I use and it’s free), Flickr etc to house these images. What?? how do I do that?? It’s easy, download image desired to your computer. Set up an account with web-based photoshop such as Photobucket. When you are logged on, upload pictures from your computer by selecting upload and following directions. Then click save and go to your albums. Under the photo, you will see a direct link, copy and paste that URL into the red area above, repeat for the second image. In the blue area select the width you want the photo to be.
2. Want them to have clickable links????
<table cellpadding=”0″ cellspacing=”0″>
<td><a href=”url address to website”><img border=”0″ src=”url image of picture” /></a></td>
10px;”>url address to wrbsitel”><img border=”0″ src=”url image of picture” /></a></td></tr>
- To add to your post, go to HTML side of composing and copy and paste this code into the post.
- copy and paste the link site URL in the red area.
- In the blue area copy and paste your image URL. Remember it must be an image stored online, for example, Photobucket or Flickr. (be sure and size them the same)
- Repeat for each image.
- The 10px is the distance between images and you can change that number to suit your needs.
Yes you can, for more images, simply add more code surrounded by ( <td style=”padding-left:10px;”> and </td> ) Make sure you add them before the tag ( </tr> )
- <td style=”padding-left:10px;”> paste 2nd link url here“><img src=”paste 2nd photo url here” border=”0″ /></a></td>
5. Can these codes be used in my side bar?
Yes, just be sure to re-size images to fit the width of your sidebar. On blogger, go to add a gadget and use HTML code. Copy and paste the codes we used above.
1. Commenting on other blogs:
Be sure to set up accounts with all comment systems that include a link to YOUR blog. (ie. Comment Luv, blogger, Disqus, WordPress, twitter.) I get comments and would love to reciprocate..but if I cannot find you easily I cannot comment.
I know it’s a pain, and I know it takes time to set up profiles but you will see an increase in comments to your blog..trust me. Choice a username and icon to use for all profiles. This will make you recognizable!!! You can use the same password to make it easier to remember. Add your blog and twitter link to this profile. Market yourself everywhere you go.
2. Images in your sidebar
To all the bloggers with pictures in your sidebars that hang out over the edges..you can use Photobucket, Flickr etc to re-size those images to fit within the sidebar. You can also resize your side bar by customizing your template. For Blogger, go to Template, customize, adjusts widths and play around with it, till you get the look you want.
Good Luck and if you have a problem..email, tweet or facebook message me 🙂
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