Thursday, January 6, 2011

Add A Cute Post Divider Like I did!

I've been working on changing up the blog a bit, and today I added this cute post divider. You will have to change your HTML code a bit, but it's really not hard. If I can do it you can too! The only problem I ran into, is that I use Flickr to store my photos. The code and direct link they give just never seems to work. So I finally caved and signed up for a Photobucket account. It took all of three minutes to set up the account, upload the image, get the code, and have it work the first time! Woo Hoo!

I have been forever trying to add a custom font for my post titles. I have the perfect tutorial, it just looks like a lot of work and I just don't think I can do it. I will try (again) though.

The other thing I saw once on someone's blog I loved was in her comments section. Everytime someone left a comment on her post, it showed the title and link for their last blog post. Has anyone seen this or know anything about how to do it?

Stay tuned, tomorrow I'm doing a review on a new oatmeal I found. Oatmeal seems to be all the rage right now, and I am definitely on the oatmeal bandwagon, so I want to share some of my favorites with you.

Next week, I will be posting a detailed tutorial on how to make a lamp from your favorite wine bottle! I promise they are so easy and you will love it!

Finally, also next week I will show you how I organize my recipes and plan my meals.


Sue said...

Lil, I too need to do some revamping on my blog. I may even pay someone to help, but probably not:) Love your fresh, new look and more frequent posts:) I've seen what you're talking about in the comment section... Barbara at "Barbara Bakes" has that feature and I'm sure she'd help you out(She's really sweet)! I also think Diane from "Created by Diane" has the same feature and would help you also. They might be on wordpress though, so I don't know if it would work the same way. Good Luck!

fathiya iffatunnisa said...

how you put this post dividers ?? please give me the tutorial