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March Blog Posts

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Popular Blog Posts This April

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Let’s take a look at the most popular blog posts from the past 30 days!

Popular Blog Posts This April

It’s May and spring is finally here! Hooray! We’ve looked at our visitor counts, likes and notes to find the blog posts with the stickiest content. So grab your mobile or tablet, find yourself a sunny spot and have a look…

Here’s a round-up of the posts which received the most attention this month.

Most Popular Blog Posts This February

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A quick look at the trending social alchemy blog posts from the past 30 days

Most Popular Blog Posts This February

In a slight change to our previous monthly posts, we’ve not only looked at unique page views and organic search, but also ‘likes’ and ‘notes’ now that we have a new tumblr blog in our collection!

Here’s a round-up of the posts which received the most attention this month.

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28/02/2013 at 11:02 am

5 HTML Codes Every Blogger Should Know

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Stock your alchemist store cupboard with these 5 essential HTML tags.

5 HTML Tags Every Blogger Should Know

If you are familiarizing yourself with the blog HTML editor, this guide is for you!

Most platforms, like WordPress and Tumblr, make it incredibly easy to post a blog without any prior knowledge of HTML as their visual editors are stocked with the tools needed for instant publishing.

However, visual editors can come with their own set of problems, particularly if you tend to copy and paste your content from a Microsoft Word document or other source. Sticky formatting, such as font styles or line breaks, can be frustrating to remove and make your post unsightly if not tidied up.

Most formatting problems can be fixed in the HTML editor by amending or deleting rogue code. That is, if you can overcome the daunting task of switching from the visual editor and identifying which code is causing the problem; a skill developers and seasoned bloggers take for granted.

To get started, I’ve selected 5 HTML tags (bits of code), which I feel are essential for any blogger to know…

 

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