Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating photo and photoset posts, part of Up and Running with Tumblr.
One of the most popular post types for any Tumblr blog are the photo posts.…People love to share their photos, whether it's coming from their digital camera,…their cell phone, or just something funny they found online.…People love sharing photos.…It's a great way to chronicle anything you're doing through visual images.…Tumblr has a great photo post setup.…Let's go ahead and click the photo post block right here, and get in to…start adding some photos.…The first post, we are just going to create a single photo, and that's real easy to do.…All you have to do is upload a photo, as it says right here.…
You choose the file on your computer, or you can utilize a URL instead.…In this case, I am going to upload my own photo.…So I will hit Choose File, go into my Assets folder, select the pics folder, and…in this case I am just going to grab gazebo.jpg.…I will hit Open, and that's automatically going to put that as an upload.…It's not going to upload it yet, but it will automatically add it as soon as…
- What is Tumblr?
- Touring the interface
- Exploring the Tumblr Blocks
- Creating a custom domain
- Understanding likes, reblogs, and notes
- Blocking and unblocking users
- Adjusting basic appearance settings
- Adding a logo
- Creating a post
- Editing multiple posts at once
- Inserting video and audio into pages
- Finding theme marketplaces
- Editing posts using HTML and markdown
- Adding comments with Disqus
Skill Level Intermediate
XHTML and HTML Essential Trainingwith Bill Weinman4h 44m Beginner
1. Getting to Know Tumblr
Learning the Tumblr blocks3m 55s
2. Customizing Your Blog
3. Publishing with Tumblr
4. Working with Pages
5. Taking the Next Step
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