Saturday, March 27, 2010

HTML Tutorial Site

A graphical despiction of a very simple html d...

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So I tried doing the webpage design free software apps, and guess what? I have to do and relearn my HTML skills.

I went through the graphics, and I was brought back to the codes.

That is to say, “back to basics!”

Fortunately, I have bookmarked one of the simplest and more or less straightforward tutorial site that I have been visiting before.

Here it is, the website.

Learn with me!

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Friday, March 26, 2010

Blockstar Website Builder

A screenshot of a web page. The computers to s...

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Okay, so I have found another software to assist in creating web pages, and that is Blockstar Website Builder.

I guess I will continue to hunt for other softwares that will make it easier to come up with your own blog templates.

After all, a blog is personally your own, and why not the template, to begin with?

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Web creation software

KompoZer editing a local copy of the Wikipedia...

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The other software aside from Nvu for creating web pages is Kompozer. Basically, Kompozer is derived from Nvu, and usually, the child inherits the traits of its parents, and has more traits from both parties.

Anyway, whether you use Nvu or Kompozer, that is your preference.

Nvu, find it here.

Kompozer, get it here.

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Software Apps to help in creating Blog Template

Flowcharting templates, pt. 4

Image by Marcin Wichary via Flickr

As I suspected, there will be some software to assist blog template creation.

I saw some sites that says use Photoshop, and I would tend to understand that these talk about the graphics side.

Well, for the layout and everything else, I thought of Nvu, and others.

Check the website that tells about it here.

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Designing a Blog Template from Scratch

KayPro WordStar keyboard template

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I’ve found one blog template creation tutorial that is registered with blogger.

What do I mean by that?

All those that I have come across with so far are not blogger site, but they are .com, .net, .me, etc.

I will try this one out with diligence, as I am coming to the point that the free templates are no longer suiting my needs, or my current inspiration.

Check it out here.

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Friday, April 10, 2009

In search of a Desktop Blog Post Editor

While there are so many blog post editors out in the web, some for free, and some for a fee, I haven't found one that is completely easy to use. I'm referring to the free versions.

So I'm still using this Small Email Sender to send my posts.

I may be trying Microsoft Word 2007. And while I have read somewhere that there will be some errors introduced, I would like to find out what it really is.

You can say again, "Curiosity killed the cat."

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Free blogger templates

I've searched the web for all the templates that I can find, primarily 3-column blogger templates. And I've come across many, many sites that offer really free blogger templates, but the problem is that a lot of these free templates also don't work in blogger.

Well, all that you need to do is to "fish out" the clean fish from all the rest of the dysfunctional fishes, errh, I mean, disfunctional blogger templates. And since you need to do testing of the templates, it is also required - if you haven't noticed yet, a testing blog.

Without a testing blog, you will have to "destroy" all the work you have put, all the effort that you have exerted in your working blog, and I think that is something that you would want to do every now and then. At least, if you would do it, there is a very good reason, not just some accidental template change, which can be avoided altogether.

So this is my testing blog altogether.

have you got yours?