Creating a Blog Post to TravelArtPix
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October 11, 2018 at 5:06 pm #3011
When I lay out my post on the worksheet and save it the way I want it, it looks good. Then I publish it and, because of the wide sidebar on the public site of TravelArtPix, the layout changes. A good example is my last post “Marina Bay Sands Resort – Singapore”. What you see is not at all what I laid out. How do you try to account for the wide sidebar on the public site when creating a blog post? For example, I placed an image on the worksheet and had it “align right” with text above. After the post published all of that was moved, which caused much of my work on the left side to change. So, what you are viewing is not what I tried to create. Any suggestions?
October 11, 2018 at 5:53 pm #3012
Thanks for asking. What “worksheet” are you talking about?
Please note that this is a WEB page and it works on the rules of WEB language which is based on HTML and eventually CSS. You don’t need to know those.
All you need to keep in mind is that it doesn’t work (it CANNOT) work like a text editor.
You are supposed to place your images and text, the way I explained, one by one. You cannot copy everything from your text editor and paste it into a web page. It will NOT WORK.
I’m not sure what you mean by the “sidebar”…???
What I suggest you to do, is to take everything out and insert the elements one by one, as I explained in the instructions. DO NOT SAVE anything, until it looks OK, on preview.
You can align the image left or right, but if you don’t really know how to do this, you better stay with centered images.
- I can work with you on this if you want…
Also please check the READABILITY suggestions on the SEO section:
” This analysis checks your writing for grammar and writing style so your content is as clear as it can be.
36.4% of the sentences contain more than 20 words, which is more than the recommended maximum of 25%. Try to shorten the sentences.
22.7% of the sentences contain passive voice, which is more than the recommended maximum of 10%. Try to use their active counterparts.
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