Follow these steps to add and format your post’s content:
Add your headline (this is also what the post’s name will be)
If the content is copied from somewhere else (Word, internet, etc.) you need to insert it without the old formatting as this most likely will create conflicts with your website’s formatting settings).Make sure you click the little “T”icon to “paste as text,” which will strip out any formatting and related issues.
Add the post’s content in the content area
Format your content using the formatting tools
Select the Category this post will go in (categories are set up for each website’s needs, you check which one of the available categories this goes into — or, you can also create a new category if you need to).
Click “Publish” when done — you have now created a new blog post!
Hanna Bernard – Graphic Designer: After almost ten successful years in Sweden, Hanna moved to the Bay Area/Silicon Valley and took her company with her. In the Bay Area, she had the pleasure to work on several projects for some of the biggest, most well-known high-tech players in the Silicon Valley such as Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems, Siemens, Baan, UC Berkeley, and Netscape, among others.
"Hanna has built two websites for non-profits I work for and she has been a great partner for these groups. Because we didn’t have a lot of money to spend on new websites, she took particular care to work efficiently and teach me how to do some of the things myself to help us save costs. She is very responsive to questions and always has several options in mind for any problem that comes up. Her sense of design and technical proficiency exactly matched our needs. For one of the websites, I tried to buy a template on line, only to encounter extreme frustration in dealing with unknown tech support in far away places with little English and even less concern. After struggling for a month with that situation, I called Hanna and she built a framework in three days! I will never use another web designer again."
Sue Rae Irelandwww.laketahoewatertrail.org and www.tahoesierracentury.com