Zero to Hero: Day Six
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Day Six — almost a week in, and everyone’s going strong!
Today, it’s time to put your publishing hat back on and publish a post — your choice of topic — that includes one new-to-you element, like an image, video, or other embedded media. (Or, if you’re a photo or art blogger, some text!) Complete details on the main Zero to Hero page.
Use this space as a place to ask questions and seek feedback from fellow bloggers, or just to talk about blogging, why you’re here, and how your month is going.
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Now get posting!
I followed the instructions exactly to embed a photo from instagram. it didn’t work. then I went to the photo and on the instagram app there is an “embed” option so I even copied the embed code and pasted it into my post. didn’t work. I tried doing it as a media image (insert media) AND directly pasting the code into the text of the post . . . nothing working. what gives?
the image does not appear, only a link to my image.
My post inspired by today’s assignment.
It was my way of introducing you to one of the most important parts of my blog: fiction.
@birgerbird – If it’s just a link, you might need to remove the hyperlinking behavior. Click anywhere on the link to your image and click the unlink icon. It will look like a chain link that’s broken.
If you’re a photo blogger, try connecting your images with some haiku
I am a photo blogger on two blogs ,but I have no idea what that means can you explain it please?
I wrote a review, and didn’t even realize that it qualified for today’s challenge. Awesome. http://singinthelifeboat.wordpress.com/2014/01/06/short-version-not-dead/
I was able to embed a video, finally! But I didn’t use the embedding code provided by You Tube. That didn’t work. I just copied the shortcut link and pasted it in my post.
I’ve done something new to me! I was sincere for once!
Check it out on Self esteem and my apparent obsession with Ryan Gosling
And I’ve just gone and done something that isn’t new to me: I’ve put a bad link in! So let me try it again! Here it is/ should be.
Self esteem and my apparent obsession with Ryan Gosling
Yep that’s it! Queue patented ‘Successful-Link’ dance!
This event is becoming more and more interesting. Today I learnt how to embed a youTube video. Thankyou wordpress for making blogging a learning experience for me.
This blog also gave me an opportunity to share a very loving memory.
Short and sweet. Link to my Pinterest page for a delicious green smoothie recipe.
@captureyouphotography – I believe she might be referring to Haiku poetry style tied to your photo (3 lines. First line: 5 syllables, second line: 7 syllables, third line: 5 syllables). Here’s a photo blog that has a Haiku with a photo: http://blog.atmtxphoto.com/category/haiku-photo/
Hope that helps!
@captureyouphotography — what daphne said! Simply that if you normally post only images, you might try adding some text, like haiku, as a way to guide your visitors through the images and give them a little more context. That’s just one possibility, though!
I learned how to embed a youtube music video too! I also got to do the daily prompt challenge and the zero to hero challenge in one post. :-D I’m so excited!!!!!
Rainbows and Music?! Who WOULDN’T like that combination? Go check it out and give me some feedback please!
@captureyouphotography, from my understanding, that would mean writing a haiku to describe a photo so you can express one kind of perspective from the photo. For example, if there was a picture of a mountain top encircled by clouds, you could write a haiku about the mountain and the clouds.
Thank you! I learned something very cool today! No idea I could use Instagram code straight from the address bar, and I always wondered about embedding music (esp. Soundcloud links). I was also able to combine the weekly writing challenge into today’s post. So a double thank you!
Try posting the right link ….!
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