Beginner frustration

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  • #3308085

    springisnow
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    Wordpress questions

    I chose a theme that mostly works.

    1. DO I need to learn CSS to adjust spacing and such?
    2. Do I need to have a premium (not free) plan to access CSS?
    3. I have tagged some blogs, created categories and made sure I clicked the boxes that match up and when you click on the tag items the connected categorized blogs do not come up correctly.
    4. In one section I have multiple blogs but they all come up as one big blog rather than in a list or other useful format
    5. I am trying to create another section which I will want to add quick short blog pieces that I also want to tweet. DO I/can I connect the tweets to fill up blog space or try to add blogs and just tweet them out?

    thx

    The blog I need help with is springisnow.wordpress.com.

    #3319049

    musicdoc1
    Member

    Hi,

    1. DO I need to learn CSS to adjust spacing and such?
    It’s unnecessary to use custom CSS in order to customize spacing, though inline CSS can be useful (see the Extra Line Breaks section of the Advanced HTML support page, for example). Some helpful suggestions regarding customizing line and paragraph spacing may be found in the following documents:

    2. Do I need to have a premium (not free) plan to access CSS?
    Yes, at least Premium. The Business and eCommerce plans also have Custom Design as a feature.

    3. I have tagged some blogs, created categories and made sure I clicked the boxes that match up and when you click on the tag items the connected categorized blogs do not come up correctly.

    The only tag I’ve found assigned to a post on your site is the “Seva” tag. Here’s the “Seva” tag archive: https://springisnow.wordpress.com/tag/seva/. Here’s the “Seva talks” category page. The links to those archive pages at the bottom of your posts are working properly.

    4. multiple blogs in one section
    What do you mean by “section”? Which section?

    5. trying to create another section, involving tweets
    I don’t understand what you’re describing here. Can you try to explain more clearly? Connect tweets to what, for example?

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