We bought a pre-loved camper-van. We’d travelled up by train. The owner’s dog had crept inside and wouldn’t come out again. The lady planned to emigrate. She’d shown us both around, watched carefully by Algernon, an indeterminate hound. . Embarrassed, she said, ‘Take him too. ‘He won’t cost much to feed. ‘He can’t come when … Continue reading Fred’s Legacy
For those of us beginning to blog, here’s good advice on how to tweak our settings and develop our pages (yes – pages, as in plural. And here was me feeling brave about getting one up and running). And if you’ve not even started yet, go check out the other posts in this blogger’s helpful Blogger 101 series.
Today we are going to focus on all of the options available in post settings while editing. And trust me, the settings may look short…until you click on the arrows and scroll through all the options. Here is what is available when you click the post settings while editing a post. Do you know all the options?
Status– How To Schedule, Who Can See Your Post, Front Page, Review
Categories & Tags– Categories & How To Make A New Category, Tags
Featured Image– Feature Image Insert
Sharing– Sharing Options, Sharing Buttons & Likes
More Options– Slug, Excerpt, Location, Allowing Comments, Allowing Pingbacks & Trackbacks, and Copying Post
To get to these settings all you have to do is either edit a previously made post or make a new post.
To find your Post Settings you are going to click the gear in the…
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Dialogue can be tricky. If you want to make your characters’ conversations sparkle, there is plenty of good advice on the internet. But first, tidy up basics, like punctuation and speech tags, that can distract from your brilliant banter. This is a checklist to help you dust off your dialogue ready for that final polish that … Continue reading Tell It Like It Is