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June 18, 2004

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Lydia

For me, the best tool was to look at blogs that I really liked (or really didn't like) and look at the source code. I could then see what was happening and play with it on my own.

Here are links that I found useful; most of these aren't strictly html, but I've found all of them useful for my blog.

HTML:
http://annamation.ca/annaknits/freeblogstuff.php Anna talks about percentage bars, marquees, and photo hosting.

http://www.indigirl.com/knit_tracker/ A different kind of project tracker.

Blogs:
http://www.ibloggers.net/forum/ This is geared towards (as the name would suggest) users of iBlog, the software that I use on one of my blogs. The people there, however, often talk about html things that can apply to any blog. Similarly, http://www.ibloggers.net/C179279332/E419950350/index.html is a list of other services (tagboards, online indicators, etc.) aimed at iblog users, but it's the best collection I've seen so far.

http://help.blogger.com/bin/answer.py?answer=752&topic=22 This is a list of some common html codes, aimed at Blogger users, but useful to others as well.

Color:
http://www.december.com/html/spec/color.html Hexadecimal color codes for all sorts of variations.

http://www.pixy.cz/apps/barvy/index-en.html Color wheel so you can figure out harmonious (or extremely unharmonious) colors.

Julie

Thanks Lydia!

froggy

Wow, thanks!!!!

jennifer

Granted that it's good there are so many people knitting and blogging, but I hope our blog makes it in under the 500 limit by the time we've posted a month! =:-O

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