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Monday, February 4, 2019

How to Hide an Object Before Animation in PowerPoint




When you apply an entrance animation effect to a business presentation, PowerPoint hides the selected object until the animation runs. With other animation effects, the object remains visible beforehand, which may act contrary to your goals. For example, if you use the "pulse" animation to introduce a product photo to the slide, you must take an additional step to convert this emphasis effect to an entrance effect. You can hide the object before the animation by combining the animation with an "appear" effect.

Step 1

Open your PowerPoint presentation. Click "Animations" in the PowerPoint ribbon and click "Animation Pane" in the Advanced Animation group.

Step 2

Click your object and click "Add Animation" in the Advanced Animation group.

Step 3

Click "Appear" in the menu's Entrance section.

Step 4

Click the "Appear" effect in the Animation Pane and drag it above the object's original animation.

Step 5

Click your original animation effect in the Animation Pane and click the "Start" drop-down box in the ribbon's Timing group. Click "With Previous" in the drop-down menu.
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How to Remove a Gradient Background on Blogger



For businesses wanting a presence on the Internet, Blogger is a sensible choice, offering a wide variety of publishing tools and options free of charge. However, it's important to make sure that a company blog sets the appropriate tone both in terms of the language it uses and its visual styles. Blogger includes a detailed layout editor that enables users to take full control over a blog's layout, including the background images and colors.

Step 1

Log in to your Blogger account and click on the title of the blog to which you wish to make changes. Select "Template" to see a selection of designs and themes that can be applied to the blog, including the currently selected one.

Step 2

Choose "Customize" under the Live on Blog thumbnail to open up the theme editor.

Step 3

Click "Background" to make changes to the background image used by the blog and choose "Remove Image" to clear the gradient image being used. Click "OK" when you see the confirmation dialog.

Step 4

Click within the thumbnail beneath the Background Image heading to choose a new picture for the blog background. Choose an image from the gallery shown or click "Upload Image" to choose your own. Click "Done" when finished.

Step 5

If you would prefer to use a blank color for the background, click "Advanced" and choose "Backgrounds" to reveal color pickers for the outer, main and header backgrounds. Blogger displays suitable colors related to the current theme underneath. Enter a hexadecimal value or click the color picker to choose new colors.

Step 6

Click "Apply to Blog" to confirm the changes you've made to the background and publish them to the website. Click "Back to Blogger" to return to the main screen or "View Blog" to see the newly updated blog.

Tip

  • Almost every aspect of the blog design can be modified from the Blog Template Designer screen. There's also the option to add CSS code of your own to tweak the styles and formats used across the blog.
  • Blogger backgrounds must be a solid color or an image file. There is no option to use the background color picker to create a customized gradient from within Blogger.
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How to Create a Podcast With Joomla & Feedburner



Podcasts provide a way for your business to create videos, audio recordings or portable documents that enable you to show others how to use your products, provide free support and training or just offer insight into your field of expertise. If you use the Joomla Content Management System to manage your company website, adding podcasts to the site can help attract and retain visitors looking for valuable content. If you want to keep your visitors abreast of new podcasts as you release them, FeedBurner enables guests to subscribe to your Joomla RSS feed and receive updates automatically.

Create Feed Module in Joomla

Step 1

Open your Web browser, and navigate to the login page of your Joomla administration control panel. Log in to the control panel with your administrator username and password.

Step 2

Click "Extension" on the control panel menu bar, and then click "Module Manager." Click the "New" button, and then click "Syndication Feeds" in the Select a Module Type window.

Step 3

Click inside the "Title" field, and type Podcast Feed or something similar. Click the "Select Position" button. Select the position tag that represents the location on your Joomla site pages where you want the new feed module to appear.

Step 4

Enter display text for the feed module in the "Text" field under the Display Text header. Scroll down to the Menu Assignment section on the page. Click the "Module Assignment" drop-down list and select "On All Pages."

Step 5

Click the "Save & Close" button.

Step 6

Create articles and add multimedia content as you normally would. Whenever you create new articles or content, Joomla adds them to the RSS feed automatically.

Step 7

Click the "View Site" link in the control panel. Click the feed link on your Joomla homepage. Note the URL assigned to the RSS feed page.

Add Feed to FeedBurner

Step 1

Open a new tab or window in your Web browser, and then navigate to the Google FeedBurner website (link in Resources). Log in to the FeedBurner website with your Gmail email account and password.

Step 2

Enter the URL for the RSS feed page on your Joomla website in the "Burn a Feed Right This Instant" field. Enable the "I am a Podcaster" option, and then click "Next."

Step 3

Enter a title for your feed in the "Feed Title" field. Enter a username, password and your email address in the corresponding fields, and then click "Activate Feed." Click the "Optimize" tab, and then click "SmartCast" under the Services header.

Step 4

Click the "Create Podcast Enclosures from Links to" drop-down list, and select "Any Rich Media File." Enable the "Include iTunes Podcasting Elements" option, and then select appropriate "Category" and "Subcategory" values for your podcast.

Step 5

Enter the URL for your business logo if you have one in the "Podcast Image Location" field. Enter a subtitle for the podcast feed if you want to use one in the "Podcast Subtitle" field. Enter relevant keywords for your podcast in the "Podcast Search Keywords" box separated by commas.

Step 6

Type a brief summary describing your podcast in the "Podcast Summary" box. Enable the "'Include 'Media RSS' Information and Add Podcast to Yahoo! Search" option. Click the "Next" button.

Step 7

Select the reporting and tracking options you want to use for your podcast, and then click "Next." FeedBurner saves your option selections and creates the feed.

Tip

  • After you add the feed to FeedBurner, you can submit the URL to iTunes, Tumblr or other sites that allow users to subscribe to podcast feeds.
  • Users can also subscribe to your podcast by clicking the "Subscribe to This Feed" on your Joomla RSS page.
  • If you want the feed to appear only on the homepage, select the "Only On Pages Selected" option in the Menu Assignment section. Deselect all page options except "Home."
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How to Change an Image Header in a Picture Window Template on Blogger



Among Blogger’s built-in features are the Picture Window templates, which put a background image behind your header, posts and sidebar. As attractive as these graphics may be, their natural themes most likely have nothing to do with your business. You can replace the image with something more relevant, such as your company logo or best-selling product.

Step 1

Click the blog name from the Blogger Dashboard to launch its Overview page.

Step 2

Click “Template” to display the Template page. Then click the “Customize” button under your blog preview to launch the Blogger Template Designer.

Step 3

Click “Background” to show the Background Image panel. Click the down arrow in the Background Image box to show the Select Background Image window. Select a topic from the left side to display related images on the right side. If you prefer to upload your own image, click “Upload Image” to locate a picture on your hard drive. Double-clicking the file title name puts it into the Select Background Image window.

Step 4

Click to select an image that goes into your blog background. Click the “Done” button to close the window and save your changes. Scroll through the preview of your blog with the new image to view it. Click the “Apply to Blog” button to save your changes.
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How to Make a Tabbed Navigation Bar in Blogger


Customers, vendors and other users of your Blogger site typically read your posts in the order that you enter them, starting with the most recent. To find earlier posts, they need to scroll through the post list or page through your blog. If you want to make it easy for them to locate more permanent pages, such as a Contact Us page, a Policies page or a Products page, use a tabbed navigation bar. With this feature, they can click on a tab to jump to a page.

Step 1

Click the blog that you need from your Blogger Dashboard to launch its Overview page. Click “Layout.”

Step 2

Make sure that your blog does not already have a “Navbar” gadget, which would typically be located at the top of the layout. The bar appears on most templates unless you are using Dynamic Views or the template codes otherwise. If your blog does have that gadget, skip the next step.

Step 3

Click “Add a Gadget” to launch the Add a Gadget window. Locate the “Pages” gadget and click the “+” button next to it. The Navbar Configuration window will appear. Choose a style for the navigation bar and click the “Save” button to save your changes. Close the Navbar Configuration window and return to the Layout page. The gadget you just added will appear before all your other gadgets. Click and drag it to where you want the bar to appear, which is typically near the top of your blog.

Step 4

Click “Pages” to add new standalone pages to your blog, which automatically adds a tab to the navigation bar. From the Pages page, choose the “New Page” button and “Blank Page” to display a new blank page. Enter a title, which will be used for both the page and the tab. Enter the text, links or images you want on the page. Click the “Publish” button to save your changes, close the Edit Page window and return to the Pages page.

Step 5

Rearrange your new pages as needed by clicking on the blue bar next to the page title and dragging the page to a new location. Click the “Save Arrangement” button to save your changes.

Step 6

Click the “View Blog” button to confirm that all the pages you added appear in the navigation bar.

Tip

  • The appearance and function of a tabbed navigation bar may differ drastically, depending on the template that you select. At its most simple default level, the bar can appear as a thick black line at the top of your blog, with text links acting as tabs. At its most complex, it may appear as 3-D folder tabs that animate and disappear depending on your page selection. If the current tabs do not do what you want to do, try installing a new template.
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How to Put a Disclaimer in a WordPress Blog


If your company's blog offers “How to” or instructional information, it may be prudent to set up legal disclaimers on your site. These can inform visitors that their use of the information is at their own risk. You can put the disclaimer in your site’s footer so that it is readily accessible from any page on your WordPress site. Remember that if you use other content-management systems or have static pages on your site, the WordPress disclaimer won’t show up on those pages.

Step 1

Log in to your WordPress administration control panel. Click “Pages” and then click “Add New.”

Step 2

Give the page a relevant title such as “Disclaimer,” “Legal Disclaimer” or “Legal Information.”

Step 3

Type or copy and paste your legal disclaimer into the main editing area. Click “Publish” when you’re done. Note that you can click “Preview” to check how your page will look on your site before you actually publish it.

Step 4

Click the “View Post” link that appears just above the title of the page and copy the URL in your browser’s address bar.

Step 5

Return to your WordPress dashboard. If your footer uses menus, go to “Appearance” and then click “Menus.” Select the footer menu from the tabs in the upper-right of the screen. Click the box next to the disclaimer page’s title in the lower left of the screen and click “Add Page,” then click “Save Menu.” If your theme does not have a footer menu, continue to the next step.

Step 6

Go to “Appearance” and then click “Editor.” Click “footer.php” from the list of files, then click the cursor in the file and the point you want the link to your disclaimer to be positioned. Type the following code:
Legal Disclaimer
Change the example URL to the one you pasted earlier and change “Legal Disclaimer” to whatever you want the anchor text of the link to be. Click “Update File” when you’re done, and you'll have added a disclaimer to your site.

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How to Make a Blogspot Tab a Direct Link to Your Facebook Page





Adding a link tab to your business Facebook Page on your company's blog helps to promote the Facebook Page and increase the number of people who click the "Like" button to follow the page. Blogger offers a Link List gadget that you can use to add a link tab to your Facebook Page or any other external Web page and display the link in the sidebar or top navigation menu in your business blog.

Step 1

Go to your business Facebook Page in your Web browser. Highlight and copy the page URL address in the browser's address bar.

Step 2

Sign in to your Blogger account.

Step 3

Click the title of your blog on the Blogger homepage and then click "Layout" in the options menu on the left.

Step 4

Click the blue "Add a Gagdet" link on the blog page elements screen.

Step 5

Scroll to the "Link List" gadget in the list of available gadgets in the "Add a Gadget" pop-up window.

Step 6

Click the blue-white "+" icon next to the Link List gadget to add the gadget and open its configuration window.

Step 7

Type "Find Us on Facebook" or a similar term to describe your Facebook page in the "Title" field. Enter "1" in the "Number of links to show in list" box. Paste the Facebook Page URL address in the "New Site URL" field. Enter "Facebook Page" or your preferred description for the link display text in the "New Site Name" box.

Step 8

Click the "Add" button to add the link to your Facebook Page to the Link List gagdet.

Step 9

Click the "Save" button to exit the gadget configuration window.

Step 10

Drag and drop the Link List gadget containing the link to your Facebook page to your preferred position in the blog's layout.

Step 11

Click the "Save Arrangement" button in the top right of the screen.

Tip

  • You can add more links to the Link List gadget by repeating the add link procedure in the Link List gadget configuration window
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