This is a page to store “resources” as I learn more about WordPress.com, blogging, writing in general, etc.
Young ladies used to learn to do needlepoint by using it to create a “sampler.” This is a CSS equivalent
It is a set of standard html which can be used to determine some of the CSS settings for a WordPress theme.
I have used it on the following two themes, both by Chris Pearson
Theme: Pressrow = halwrite.wordpress.com
Theme: Cutline = emrnet.wordpress.com
The “source code” for this sampler in *.rtf. Open that version, copy it, and paste it into a WordPress blank and see what you get using your template. If you don’t want to keep the post you can delete it.
Adding “< >” to each heading provides the basic format for the html used in each sample.
font size=”x” 1 through 7 /font
text with no size set
hr align=”center” width=”60%” size=”2″ noshade color=”#0000A0″
a href=”mailto:email@example.com?subject=Wordpress CSS Sampler”>Wordpress CSS Sampler</a
Note: If you click on the subject it will open an email form addrressed to me – use it if you wish so send a note.
/–comment–>comment doesn’st work</a
comment Text to the right of the word “comment” which should have been blocked
red – #FF0000
medium – #0000FFblue
dark blue – #000080
green – #008040
purple – #800080
Tried this and the link worked but the text was deleted – need more research!
a name=”target name”>target name