February 22, 2011

Saving code online...so you can use that direct links thing!

I love technology. I LOVE it. But I swear, I cannot keep code in my head. So, if you want to use code for things like Leaving a direct link to your blog in your comments...you might need some help. I know I did! I ended up using an online paste tool here: Hey! Paste It!

Once you cut and paste your code, you can just bookmark the link and you're all set!

Here's mine...

Now I can just copy and paste this code when I post comments!



Alas, I am 3 days into vacation and already staying up WAY TOO LATE. What do I think this is?? Summer vacation? Well, I am going to try to tear myself out of the lovely teacher blogging world and go to sleep!

10 comments:

  1. I saved my link in a document and have been going back and forth from it copying and pasting. I knew there had to be an easier way. You found it and even better...you shared it! I am trying it out now. THANKS for sharing!!

    Kathy
    First Grade a la Carte

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  2. I have been obsessed with the direct link. I finally have the link remembered. I struggle with my signature and have spent hours trying to embed it to my layout but success, No! I will Hey! Paste It. Thanks :)

    Cheryl from Mrs Saouds Class

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  3. Oooooh - I was just thinking about that once I read your embed post! I was using the post it note feature on my desktop but this'll be even better! Sweet! Thanks for sharing!
    -Leslie
    KindergartenWorks

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  4. I am off to try this. I was like the first comment and now I can progress beyond it. I need to reread your signature post because now I want to do that too! Thanks for the extra work! LOL No seriously, I kove technology too and I think you are wonderful to share these great ideas!

    Kim

    Mrs. Saylor’s Log
    Kim

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  5. OMG THANK YOU!!! Yes!!! Now this handy dandy little site should help make my signature a lot easier. I know other people have fooled around with the html, but I just couldn't get it to work. THIS IS AWESOME THANK YOU.

    Now I will try it out for the first time. Crossing my fingers..haha!

    First Grade Serenade

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  6. Came across this sqworl and thought of you Ladybug! It's a great mix of teacher-techie type things :) http://sqworl.com/lviewf
    - Leslie
    KindergartenWorks

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  7. Thanks for this, so helpful!! :)

    3rdgradetimesinct.blogspot.com

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