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 simple posts. But I’ve needed to go beyond the standard visual post editor on a few occasions, and that required learning some basic 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 basic 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.
Are there other handy HTML codes I haven’t included on my basic HTML printable that you use regularly?
Note: I also had to learn how to add this basic HTML printable to my blog. Thanks to Becca at Amuse Your Bouche for her post with simple instructions!
I shared my basic HTML printable at some of these link parties.