Refining the Look of your Site

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You want to refine the look of your website a little? You can choose the width expressed in numbers or percentage. Default Font – Choose the style of letters, common or fancy. There is a drop-down box to help you choose, but offers no preview, so you can not see how it will look before you choose. In addition, you can select the size and color words. Normal Link and Visited Link – Select the color of words in the entries that link to other websites. You can also decide if you want to underline the links.

A visited link is one on which the reader has clicked. Choose a color and if it should be emphasized. An active link is one on which the reader has not yet clicked. Choose a color to them and decide you want to underline them. Blocked post page – This is where you decide the number of blog entries you want per page. You can choose between 1 and 15.

Another important thing that you can set is the ‘header’. This is the bar at the top of the blog page that can contain have same title and a message. No Custom Header – If you want a custom header you must put a check mark here and you’re done with this section. Site Name – Enter the name of your blog here. (For example, ‘English courses in England “or” Coaching in Spain’) and that title will be shown on the left side of your head. Type Lyrics – Here you can select the font style, color and size you want for your text in the blog. Motto – Here you can put a short sentence. This slogan is displayed on the right side of the head. For example, ‘guide e-commerce firms’, or’ virtual store computer and computers. ” Font of Slogan – Where you can select the font style, color and font size of your motto. Edge – If you want a border around your blog entry then you have to choose a color for it with this option. Interior – This is the background color of the header. You can make it the same color as Blog background or add some change and do something different. Your own HTML header – This is an advanced feature for those of you who know how to create templates. Rather than use the custom header described above can create your own header and add the code here. These are created using CSS. I hope these aids can make your blog really begin to look different!