Sandpit2

This is a heading 1

This is a heading 2

This is a heading 3

This is a heading 4

This is paragraph text. When you type in something directly into the content area of the website this is what it looks like. In this case you do not need to add any formatting information because the content is already formatted for you. When applying your own formatting using the menu, do so sparingly, this is important so you do not weaken your branding. This is paragraph text. When you type in something directly into the content area of the website this is what it looks like. In this case you do not need to add any formatting information because the content is already formatted for you. When applying your own formatting using the menu, do so sparingly, this is important so you do not weaken your branding. This is paragraph text. When you type in something directly into the content area of the website this is what it looks like. In this case you do not need to add any formatting information because the content is already formatted for you. When applying your own formatting using the menu, do so sparingly, this is important so you do not weaken your branding. This is paragraph text. When you type in something directly into the content area of the website this is what it looks like. In this case you do not need to add any formatting information because the content is already formatted for you. When applying your own formatting using the menu, do so sparingly, this is important so you do not weaken your branding. This is paragraph text. When you type in something directly into the content area of the website this is what it looks like. In this case you do not need to add any formatting information because the content is already formatted for you. When applying your own formatting using the menu, do so sparingly, this is important so you do not weaken your branding.

Type something after here:

(task: Add an image to the top paragraph of text and format it.)

Links

There are several types of links you will come across. These are listed below. Note in each case there are some things you need to remember.

1). Links within your website

WordPress knows what is in your site and will help you to link to a page or a post. Make sure your text is meaningful in terms of where you need the person to go to. Try to avoid adding a link under the text “click on this link” because it does not tell the user where it is going to. Better to link under text that is more meaningful such as click here to contact us, or simply contact us as in the example below

……if you would like to know more please contact us.

2). Links to other websites.

The most important and only thing you need to remember with links that leave your website are they need to be opened in a new window. If you do not open them in a new window when the user has finished reading the content, they may close the browser window, and then they cannot get back to your website.

… my favourite website is http://bbc.co.uk

Note that links contain two pieces of information, and they may not be what they seem. …. my favourite website is http://bbc.co.uk

3). Links to documents.

When adding documents to your website, always add them as PDF documents (Portable Document Format) this means anyone can read them. If you only use MS Word, or MS Excel, this assumes that the reader has MS Word or MS Excel, otherwise they will not be able to read them. Everyone can read a PDF document. Also remember to open this up in a new browser window. The PDF Reader Application that loads into your browser will overwrite your website if you do not do this.

You can download the application form here.

4). Links to icons or images.

Sometimes you may want someone to link to an external website by clicking on say, a donate button. You can add that information into the attributes associated with an image. Such as the one below. Always be very clear where it needs to go to and to test it, never assume it will just work.

Next Choose the Divi Builder and Apply.