|Your Blog Should Be Purple|
You’re an expressive, offbeat blogger who tends to write about anything and everything.
You tend to set blogging trends, and you’re the most likely to write your own meme or survey.
You are a bit distant though. Your blog is all about you – not what anyone else has to say.
Absolutely splendid. I made one of that stick figure grrl with the maple leaf. It’s too small to use but I like how easy it was to do with this site. I’m going to come up with a more usable image for the favicon.
FavIcon is a favourite icon. Basically, you create a small graphic (16 X 16 pixels, tiny in fact) which will show up in the address bar when someone looks at your site. It will also show up in their bookmarks alongside your site, if they bookmark your site. It’s a non-essential thing that helps make your site stand out. Plus it gives those us of who are addicted to tweaking and twiddling with their sites, something else to do. It’s not hard to create a favicon. Once you save your tiny graphic as favicon.ico you upload the file to your site, it should be in the root directory so it’s easy for web browsers to locate. Then you add the code (which I can not post in Blogger, I tried) between the head and /head tags in your HTML code. Not so hard was it!
How creative can you get with such a miniscule image? See what you can do and keep it clear to see. The smaller you make your file the blurrier it gets. Have fun, let me know if you load a favicon. I’d like to see what other tweakers and twiddlers come up with.
First, the Blog Mavens, providing a road map to the blogosphere. Beginner blogger training started November 10th. Not sure what they would teach but I know people who would benefit from a little CSS and confidence in their blogging empire.
Secondly, Heather and Becki work on Virtual Assistant Training too. If nothing else, beginners don’t have to start out feeling completely at sea. Of course, you do still have to get your own clients and do all that self promotion. No one can do that for you, better than you.
Glen’s blog. Reads almost like poetry.
It sounds interesting. But I don’t have the link through Blogger. Others seem to have it. Anyway, here was a
Gmail Swap site. Maybe it will work for someone.
Yahoo Mail just went up to 100MB of space. Co-incidence?