I’d like to be able to view my page exactly how it will look as I create it rather than switch between the editing page and the viewing page. Is there a way to do this?
And what’s the easiest way to preview my own blog as it looks to other people? And how do I get rid of the “Just another wordpress blog” tagline underneath my title?
Obviously a newbie, so any help is appreciated. Any helpful manuals that go over this sort of beginner info for creating the first steps of a new blog?
No, the preview is a rather rough feature. The best way is to publish it and then go back and fiddle with the formatting, if formatting is critical to you.
And how do I get rid of the “Just another wordpress blog” tagline underneath my title?
This is where you change the tagline > Dashboard > Settings > General
One think I’ve done in the past is to have two tabs open. One to the preview, and one to the editor. I edit, save the draft, then click on the other tab and refresh.
Since your using the 2010 theme there is a new feature that shows automatically the post formatting (Hows it’s going to look on your blog) via the WYSIWYG, editor.
If you’re like me, you constantly find yourself hitting the Preview button while composing so you can see what your post will look like with your theme’s styles. Twenty Ten aims to break that addiction by using the editor styles feature of WordPress. Now, the Visual Editor in WordPress can mimic the look of your theme, so you get a perfect visual representation of your post while you’re writing. I think this will be a really popular feature with new themes once people try it out.
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