Another week done, and more blogs for you to catch up with!
Over on Mismatched Knitwear, Jess talks about all the different shades of coral in her make up bag and wishlist at the moment. Such a gorgeous summery colour!
Lucy from Shiny Thoughts visited the Tatty Devine shop and found out how they make their cute speech bubble necklaces! What would you have on yours?
Kate from Ghostparties wrote about life after leaving education, which a lot of you will be doing this month – a great read, and hopefully it will help others to make decisions!
Saskia from Braids & Books has written what’s in her handbag as part of the MoneySupermarket bloggers competition (where you can win a Mulberry bag, purse and phone case!)
Sarah at EssBeeVee is at Glastonbury at the moment, but before she went, she posted about the real festival essentials.
If you like outfit posts, you should already be following Maria at Frills n Spills and this digital print maxi dress looks like a perfect summery dress!
Becky from The Flower Girl discusses designer collaborations with high street brands – do you get excited when you hear your favorite designer is going to do something in a lower price range, or do you dislike them?
A new discovery for us, Lottie + Doof is a food blog with great photography and simple looking recipes. We’re thinking of trying this one out tonight – a one pot pasta dish which looks delicious!
Finally, Polly at Hello Polly shows off the latest collection from Shu Uemura – such gorgeous colours!
Time for your links! It’s almost the end of June which means the end to our comments challenge – how did you do? Share with us some of your favourite new discoveries!
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Just found your blog and love it. I get ever so confused with html’s and all the jazz. lol. Thats why mine is white haha. I can’t even do a button no matter how many google search instructions tell me this and that. lol
Thanks Jade :) If there’s anything we can help with, or if you want to see any specific posts, please let us know!
Hey there this is somewhat of off topic but I was wondering if blogs use WYSIWYG editors or
if you have to manually code with HTML. I’m starting a blog soon but have no coding know-how so I
wanted to get advice from someone with experience.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
The majority of blog platforms out there will offer both a WYSIWYG editor and a HTML option, so really it’s up to you! Personally, I prefer to edit in HTML view, because then it shouldn’t look too odd to most viewers. It’s worth checking over posts in HTML view though to make sure that all the fonts/colours/sizes are behaving as they should – a blog that looks like it’s been cut and pasted from random places can be a little offputting to read :)