- Add your card to your Flickr account and once this is done, click on the picture of the card which will then appear in a large format and have a comment box beneath it.
- The URL at the top of the page will also have changed and you highlight this and then right click to copy it.
- You then link it to our blog as outlined below.
To turn off Word Verification
This can only be achieved using the OLD BLOGGER INTERFACE
To revert to this click on the gear icon near the top right corner of your browser:
Now click on Old Blogger interface, to bring up the old style dashboard:
- Click on Settings, then Comments (in blue, beneath the comments tab)
- Scroll down to the Show Word Verification for Comments and select NO
- Click on Save Settings at the bottom of the page
You can select Always for Comment Moderation if you are concerned about unwanted comments.
To link your card to our blog.
- Click on the title of your posting, you will see that an extra piece of information is added to your blog address at the top of your blog.
- Right click on this URL and copy it
- Come to our blog and click on the Inlinkz button where it says Add your link
- Right click and Paste the URL you just copied from your blog in the first box
- Add your name and your email address in the next two boxes
- Select the picture of your card when the next screen appears and your card should be submitted
To Link to our Blog in your posting
- Highlight the words “Less is More” in your posting
- Visit our blog and highlight the URL http://simplylessismoore.blogspot.com/ from the top of our blog then right click and copy it.
- Go back to your blog and click on the icon which says LINK or has a picture of the world with a piece of chain in front of it, then when the box appears, paste the address you copied from our blog into it.
- Click OK
To add a font to your Font File
- Download the font of your choice from a Font Website.
- Double Click on the icon on your computer which shows the font has downloaded.
- In the box which pops up, click on the tab which says EXTRACT ALL FILES. This is near the top of the box.
- Click EXTRACT in the next box which pops up.
- In the next box which appears, double click on the name of the Font you have downloaded.
- When you see a box with the name of the font beside a True Type font icon, double click on that and a final box pops up and examples of the font appear (It usually says the quick brown fox etc etc.) At the top is a box which says INSTALL... click on that and the font will jump into your font file.