Remember last week when I told you about getting my crafts, projects and recipes all organized? Since then, I've received several emails asking for more info on this process. So, today, I'm going to share a quick tutorial on using the features at Inlinkz.
(Sorry to those who couldn't care less.)
Oh, and please understand that I am NOT a computer savvy gal. HTML? Never met him. So, take the following tute for what it is: step-by-step instructions from some chick who just figured this out herself.
And, then had to google "how to take screenshots on a Mac" so I could show you the steps.
Considered yourself warned.
If you've ever joined a link party, some of this will look familiar. After you create an account, go to the link manager.
Once you make a link, it stays in your file. So, I can add a Christmas recipe to my recipe collection and to my Winter Projects collection. Nifty, huh?
That top area that says Link should say Add a Link. I got a little crop happy. On this page you'll fill in the spaces. I always leave tags blank because I'm not sure what I should type there. The URL is most important, as is the Display Name. This is the label for your links.
Crop your picture and then drag it over to your collection.
Then grab your code and paste it into a post. You won't see your images until you publish or preview. Using the top code box makes your collections auto update without editing posts in which they appear. Cool feature!
That's it! Easy and clean looking. Go here, here, here or here to see it in action on my site!
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