This top paragraph is where I introduce you and explain how this guest post came about. I will write it, but you can provide links that you want used. It’s an for various syndication reasons.
- This is your intro paragraph.
- This is where you explain briefly what this article is going to be about.
- Hopefully it’s quite enticing and interesting.
- Probably best to use Markdown here for formatting.
Also note there are no super hard-and-fast rules for post formatting. If you want to do something usual or fancy or whatever, I’m typically down.
Subheads are <h3> tags
They probably should be tags but again for legacy reasons they are not. h3’s have a bunch of margin above them to set them apart. In the article code itself, put two line breaks above an h3.
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Sub-sections using tags. Like if you were going going to make a section all about the font property and then sub-heads for each of the sub-properties. Sub-sections should be related to the larger section they are a part of. Only one line break above an h4.
Another h4 sub-subhead
- These don’t have as much space above or below them as the h3’s. We only use h3’s and h4’s in articles (legacy reasons).
- A common thing when demonstrating a front end technique is to break into sections by language.
- I host all images in articles right on the CSS-Tricks CDN. Link them up however you need to temporarily and I’ll upload them. If the image blending into white makes sense.
- Otherwise, mark it up in a tag which gives it a frame and sets it apart. This is the standard.