How I Build my Weebly Pages
Here's a short post on how I build my pages on Weebly with code.
For the page title I use the coding shown below:
h1 is a 'title tag'. You can classify your text from h1 to h6. h1 has more clout than h2. Google likes to see h1 tags at the top of the page and only once on each page. This is why I am coding this way as the title element set up by the designers at Weebly is classified as h2 only. The rest is or at least should be self explanitory.
New: Weebly Add A H1 Tag Title Element.
For all other text, I use the coding as shown below:
With just a few exceptions, I use h3 throughout. Text size is a few pixels less than my h1 title tags, the font a touch lighter, line height and letter spacing also less. Texted is justified or left.
When I want to link a few words within a paragraph to another page I use the following:
For this example, the words 'white monkey travels' is linked to a my own home page. If I want to link the text to another website, opening up a 2nd tab, I must replace the word 'self' with the word 'blank'. The text which is linked, is in red with the font color (colour) #aa0000.
Extra coding that I use can be seen below:
Simply typing the 'br' bit again will give me 2 line breaks.
The 2nd code with the 8226 above, gives me the bullet points found sometimes on this blog. The normal coding using 'ul' to create bullet points does not show up on Android devices!
So to build the page, I drag the Embed Code element on to the screen and copy and paste the required coding as above. Easy.
Below is an example of coding taken from my ABOUT page so you can see how it looks and appreciate how much TLC I put into this darn blog. LOL!
This example gives me just 3 short lines of text, 2 bullet points and 4 line breaks.
That's all there is to it. It's not rocket science, just a bit time consuming is all.
If you want to start a blog, it's very easy. WEEBLY has all help files and web pages you will ever need to guide you.