Last Updated on September 12, 2020 by scottkandh
Landing page has been developed and it was working. However, it needed to have a few tweaks here and there because instead of e-mailing the document it’s available to download through the landing page, therefore, that change had to be reflected.
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Not knowing exactly how to make a change that I want. I’ve already developed a lot of useful information; however, there’s still a lot I am learning. I developed a Blog at a Glance master page and I’ve restructured the page (through the use of a new theme) to provide a search function). I was so excited that my landing page was working that I hadn’t realized I still need to develop my autoresponder. Because of the landing page, I shouldn’t need to have an autoresponder on the main page. However, I am going to place one on the blogs page.
Trying to find the perfect theme. I found a nice theme, but the fonts were very hard to read. In updating my theme (for the 7th time or so), I lost my search function button, so I’ll have to manually put it in (that’s a project for much later down the road).
WordPress has so many facets to it that sometimes it’s hard to remember: “How did I do that again?”
Future things to do:
Look at more Facebook Groups to look for topics that might be of relevance and find things to pin from Facebook to Pin.
Things to know:
Pinning from Facebook to Pinterest. Pinterest provides a bookmarklet that you can use to pin directly from a Web page to one of your boards. You can also upload pins onto Pinterest by entering a Web address. But if you try either of these methods on a Facebook page, though, you will see an error message stating, “Sorry, cannot pin directly from Facebook.” However, you can pin images from Facebook in Firefox or Google Chrome using a workaround.
- Click on the Facebook photo you want to pin to open an enlarged version of the picture.
- Right-click the photo and select “View Image” in Firefox or “Open Image in New Tab” in Google Chrome. The picture opens as a Web page.
- Click the bookmarklet. Add a description in the text box below the picture and select the board to which you want to pin the image.
- Right-click the picture and select “Copy Image Location” or “Copy Image URL” if you don’t have the bookmarklet.
- Log in to Pinterest, click the “+” button and select “Add from a Website.”
- Paste the copied link into the address box and click “Find Images.” Click on the picture, add text and pin the image.