There is no description for Theme #9. It says so both on the theme post and the live preview.
After you copied and pasted the code, refresh your page and the options will be there.
This is where you’ll upload your sidebar image.
below that you’ll see this and this is where you’ll add your links on top
Link1 url is your first link on the very top left and Link1 is the title of your link.
My apologies! I fixed it now so the “tagged as” is now the same color as the rest of the permalink texts. You can get the new updated code here.
Thank you very much! (: Are you talking about the music player? You can get it here.
Introducing Tag Replacer!
Tag Replacer allows you to mass-replace tags with ease. Install it, then go to Posts page on your dashboard of the blog you want, enter the tag you want replaced and the new tag, and Tag Replacer will do the rest.
Since editing posts put a lot of strains on servers, something I would like to avoid, operation of this extension is intentionally slowed down. So if you are going to replace tags of 4,000 posts, it’s better to just start it before going to bed.
Please note that it’s really experimental right now, so if you hit some bugs, please let me know by sending me an ask. Thank you!
150 x auto means that the width is 150px and auto is the height which automatically resizes the height of the image to match the width so it won’t look weird. So basically you don’t have to worry about your sidebar image size cause it’ll resize it itself.
and change it to position:absolute; and then under #top you’ll see
change the position of the header to position:absolute and if you want the links to scroll also then change the position to absolute too
It’s almost Christmas
An easy Google search would give you tons of results for Falling Snow Effect. However annoying this could be to some, this is still a nice effect for those who are craving for some attraction in their blogs. So among all those results, here’s the easiest one to install and customize.
To add this effect on your blog:
- Go to your Customize Page and press the Edit Custom HTML button.
- Next, look for the
<body>part of your codes.
- Paste this codes below that(below the <body>):
snowStorm.snowColor = ‘#bbbbbb’; // changes the color of snow by changing the value of the Hexadecimal color. For example, change #bbbbbb(grayish) to #ff0000 to make it red. You can pick a color at ColorPicker.com.
snowStorm.flakesMaxActive = 30;controls the amount of snowflakes showing in the page at the same time. 30 means there would be at most 30 snowflakes falling. Don’t go crazy with this. Better leave it as it is or don’t make it more than 50.
4. After you’ve made the changes you want, hit the Update Preview Button, Appearance button, then Save button.
5. Check your blog if it worked.
This effect also follows your mouse’s movement. If your cursor is in the left part of the page, the snow would fall to the right and vice versa. This is also one of those snow effects that loads fast.
Interwine? Can you explain what that is…
FONT RECS ✖ PART 1
Sure, as long as one of the buttons redirect to me. Thanks for asking! :)
Se usar ou gostar, dê like. /van