Where do I insert the banner code on my blogger blog's html?
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Go to the WryteStuff Control Panel and copy the HTML code that is indicated on "Your Banners" for whatever banner you choose to copy [I'm assuming you have more than one].
Go to the Blogger website and click on "New Post". That will take you to the posting page where you would normally post one of your articles. Click on the HTML tab at the top of the page, next to "Compose".
Once you have the HTML tab open, copy the WryteStuff banner html code to that page, then click on preview so you can see how it looks. If you like the way it looks, then click on Save and Publish.
If it's properly posted it should look the same way it does on WryteStuff and once posted you should be able to click on your name and the url will take you to your page on WryteStuff where all your articles are posted [don't forget to change the tab back to "Compose" in order to view].
The banner code can be edited so you're able to change the size of the font, the size of the graphic, and/or the location of the graphic on the page, simply by changing the html code.
Hyper Text Markup Language [html] is simply a standard way of saying something so the computer can understand what you want to do and it can be a little bit intimidating if you're not familiar with it, but it's not difficult to learn.
Example - the very first line of the banner code looks something like this If you change the word "left" to "right", the banner is going to appear on the right side of the page, rather than the left.
The next code is . That code is telling the computer that the text that follows those two words should be in small font. If you change the words "small" to "large", the graphic is going to have large font.
The actual size of the graphic is determined by the two numbers following the words width and height - in this case the banner indicates width="125" height="125" - if you double the numbers from 125 to 250 it will double the size of the graphic.
Don't hesitate to e-mail me should you run into a problem.
Thanks for this wonderful tutorial, Pat!
Oh that's odd - it appears the code examples I inserted were removed from the final copy.
Anyhow, I'm glad you were able to read between the lines.
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