Last night, Shaun tried to teach me how to make my pictures bigger. We ventured into the scary world of html. Now, I'm sure that all you nerds out there are scratching your head and wondering what on earth could be scary about html. To my way of thinking though, it's WAY scarey.
I was shown how to load the picture, then go into the html code and change where it says height "96". I thought I understood it, but I couldn't get into my dashboard. (Flashbacks to Blogger!). So, Shaun decided that it would be a good time to give me another short lesson in coding.
He started by what he considered one of the very basic steps, nesting. Interestingly, I get nesting. It makes complete sense to me. Encouraged,he showed me how to make a heading. That made sense. Then I asked Shaun where I'm supposed to put all this stuff. He just looked at me like I had grown a third head.
So, we got into metaphysical stuff like the Big Server in the Sky. (I totally had this pictured as a huge grey box with wings sitting on the edge of a fluffy cloud looking benevolently down on us). Even though I seriously wanted to know all this stuff, I have to admit that it can be a bit fun to flabergast that man!
As of this morning, my pictures are still little. Well, one of them has developed a red X instead of a picture because of my "fixing" it. Sigh…
So, until I learn html (or somebody can tell me an easy way to post pictures in BIG) you'll just have to click on the thumbnail to make it big. Hopefully the Big Server in the Sky will have mercy on me soon.