You know when someone offers to help just as you have wiped the last plate dry ? Or when they ask “Would you like a hand with that?” but don’t either a) get up from the sofa or b) put down their wine? Er.
Better late than never, I’m hoping that these buttons and the associated code might be of some use.
Saber Toothed Swap button
Saber Toothed Swap button – the raw HTML
<div align=”center”><a href=”http://prttynpnk.com/2014/12/26/do-i-hear-a-growl/” title=”Saber Toothed Swap 2015″><img src=” https://prttynpnk.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/jjbanner.jpg?w=610″ alt=”Saber Toothed Swap 2015″ width=”200″ height=”200″ style=”border:none;” /></a></div>
Jungle January 3 button
Jungle January 3 button – the raw HTML
<div align=”center”><a title=”Jungle January 3″ href=”http://prttynpnk.com/2015/01/01/lets-talk-animal-print/”><img style=”border: none;” src=”https://prttynpnk.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/jj2015.jpg?w=610″ alt=”Jungle January 3″ width=”200″ height=”200″ /></a></div>
What do I do with the code?
… I can tell you what I do with the HTML in WordPress. If someone would like to share how you use raw HTML in any of the other blogging platforms please feel free to comment. In WordPress I go to:
>Primary Widget Area
In my ‘Primary Widget Area’ there is box where I can paste the HTML, which I do. I then
The HTML that you need for the buttons begins with <div and ends with </div>. I have the two [raw][/raw] brackets either side of the code so that it will display on my webpage. I hope that this makes some sense?
I always find Jungle January joyful and I hope that you do too.