Have you ever had a hard time finding the place to comment on a blog...even on your own? It's sometimes hard to see that tiny little comment link, what with the post itself, documents, images, labels, and so on.
After you watch this tutorial today, you will be able to create some flair to add to your comments link...hopefully attracting more attention and, well, comments! Here is a sample of the end result:
I've been using Reading Logs to track books read at home this year. But now that my ELL students are more fluent and able to write more, I've wanted something a bit different, with more accountability!
I was inspired to do this kind of summary sheet by the many different forms shared on Proteacher.
I tried to make one that would not be too overwhelming for my newer ELL students (my more fluent students complete an additional weekly Reader's Response at home as well).
If you are someone who likes to collect lots of images and buttons in your sidebar, you might find that some images were made to be centered, while others are not.
There are a couple of quick and easy ways to neaten up those sidebar images.
To center images only takes a bit of code:
You can choose to center each individual image with this. Or you can put all of your images in one HTML widget and center them all at once, by adding the centering code to the beginning and end, with all of those image codes in between.