Using CSS inline

Godiva chocolate would be good right now. Not all CSS will be tolerated by the free WordPress accounts. However, you should test out a few things using the style attribute on various HTML commands/tags. You can also use DIV or SPAN plus the style attribute to make your post look, "just right"!

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How can I test html inside of WordPress?

We are learning to look Underlying a page we see is a series of commands. We can look at them! How? Depending on the browser you use you can look for the View menu, select the option that says Source or View Source. This is an example of indented text using the 'blockquote' command. This assignment is due on the 24th of February January.

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The style attribute

Oh man! My instructor wants me to test out my css knowledge INSIDE of a WordPress post. How cool is that?! =) You can add the style attribute to many HTML commands in order to use CSS to style that element. Can you recreate this paragraph? What about this paragraph? Okay, now it's your turn. Go back to the module page and read through your assignment. Now go to your own blog and create your response using the style attribute. Do you know what using css in…

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Sectioning Elements the old (new?) way

Try this Make a new post Work inside of the Text tab in the editor Play around with css and divs View the source of this page for tips Test your work In HTML and CSS (the text) we are reminded that the <div> element lives on. See page 440 for more. Here's an example that you might want to recreate... Some WordPress themes have Custom Design choices under the Appearance area. Some themes will have areas called theme options or custom css that also allow you…

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So, here's another catch up post. It's sad though. I had a lot of time to knit last week (thanks to Aunt Patty and Uncle Richard). That's not the sad part. I finished the sweater. It did not fit. Nope. He's grown. Oh well. The good (or happy) part is that I can find twenty minutes a day to craft. Why say craft instead of knitting? Because I was also crocheting! Yup. Unfaithful. In the second picture below I show you that I messed up and had…

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I think I can – OOPS!

Let's not forget that part of knitting is unknitting. I know I did. On Saturday I made two errors... okay mid Saturday and super late Saturday... late enough to call it Sunday. First I did a second round of increases (almost the full round) and had to pull them out (tink). Later that same day (or within a 24 hour period) I started using the wrong color. These two yarsn are super close to each other. Probably too close to really be using striping. This means I'm…

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About HTML

About HTMLTake a moment to review this one page pdf on HTML. Once you're done reading it go view the Code Academy basics at

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Day 4: A full day retreat held in downtown Fairbanks with my new team members = energizing, educating. So far the day has been amazing. I intend to go and look up and try out Evernote, Relevanssi, Shelfari. The photo taking and photo sharing was awesome!

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