It’s been six months since I first clicked the publish button on this little blog!
When I started blogging, I had no idea how much is involved to continuously write, design, publicize, and maintain a blog. I’ve been on a steep learning curve over the last six months, and I continue to learn more each day. I enjoy new challenges, so it’s been a fun and rewarding experience!
One of the things I’ve had to figure out along the way is how to use HTML coding.
With WordPress.org as my blogging platform, I can do a lot without having to dive into HTML. Thankfully, it’s easy to get started and publish basic posts. But I’ve needed to get past the basics on a few occasions, and that required learning some HTML.
Searching online, it’s been easy enough to find what I need to know. I don’t use HTML often enough to memorize all the codes, though. Along the way, I bookmarked sites and scribbled notes for myself.
Ultimately I decided that I needed a solid list of HTML codes for reference to speed up the process. Since I like things that are handy and pretty, I put it together in a nice, colorful, printable list that I can keep in my blogging binder.
I’m happy to provide my list of basic HTML coding here as my first free printable! I hope it’s helpful for other newbie bloggers like myself who need a little cheat sheet for HTML.
Download the printable in PDF.
Are there other handy HTML codes I haven’t included that you use regularly?
(I also had to learn how to add this printable to my blog. Thanks to Becca at Amuse Your Bouche for her post with simple instructions!)
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