To add a link to a page or post, all you have to do is write your content. When you get to the point where you want a link to appear, type the link text. Then highlight it. When you highlight the link text, two icons will appear in your editing menu bar.
Be sure to keep the http:// prefix in the address!
Click “open link in new tab” if you are linking to an external website. If you are linking to a page within your site, leave the box unchecked. That’s all you have to do!
PS – If you want to eliminate the link, simply highlight it and click the broken link icon. All done! (Be sure to click “Publish” or “Update” to make sure your changes are saved.)
If your business is on the ropes, read on. You might think twice about pulling the plug.
The story in The Boston Globe broke my heart. Seventy-seven years after its founding, Windsor Button Shop — an iconic destination for anyone who sews, knits, or needs a geegaw to attach to a piece of clothing — is closing its doors.
I was a steady customer of Windsor from my first days as a new Boston resident, after being told by my West Virginia mother who once lived in Beantown, “Go to Windsor Button Shop. They have everything.” Every Saturday morning of my life, I left whatever apartment I lived in to travel to the garment district: first to buy fabric and a pattern for a Saturday night date at one of a few special textile merchants, and then to Windsor to purchase my “findings” — a sparkly zipper, a frog closure, mother of pearl buttons with rhinestone centers, silk ribbon and rayon tape. Continue Reading
Oscar buzz is everywhere. “Did you see that movie?” “Lincoln, Lincoln, Lincoln.” “I’ve never heard of the bathtub.” Etc.
If people are thinking and talking Oscar lingo, you need to find a way to capture the spirit and write relevant website content that taps in to these popular keywords. It may seem like a stretch for you to connect Beasts of the Southern Wild to your own business, but there’s a way. Continue Reading
Lots of visitors to our website have inquired about the jovial raisin bread shown on our “Why WOM?” page. Although this particular image is a collage of two different photos, the raisin bread portion is not the result of Photoshop or other digital manipulation. It is a real-life loaf I baked a few years back. Here is the story… Continue Reading