A favicon is the little icon that appears on the left of the domain on your browser window. All well known websites have one and here are four quick and easy steps to ensure you can have one too. You can see Dreamstime has a little green swirl.1. Make an image that is 16 pixels by 16 pixels exactly.2. Save it as or rename it favicon.ico.3. Upload it to your server in the same directory as your main index page.4. Edit the code of your index page, somewhere between theandtags,... continue reading
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After a few edits and improvements to my Bio/Artistic Statement in my profile and looking at the ones of others. I noticed that the little box supports HTML, at first I played around with editing the font from bold to italic to create more structure. Then I realized that links can also be created, very handy for creating links to managed collections and lightboxes, a way of organizing your portfolio into categories and displaying a link on your profile to each one.I have not been able to add... continue reading
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