In this tutorial we will show you how to view/add HTML code to a Page or Post in Word Press.
Anyone can save and preview custom CSS on a Word blog, but you have to purchase one of our plans to make those changes live. It is a markup language that controls the appearance of HTML elements on a web page.
There is almost endless potential to what you can do with CSS to modify the design of a website, as evidenced by the very popular CSS Zen Garden project, a showcase of what can be done with only CSS to change the appearance of one single HTML file.
You can see a few examples of Word sites using Custom Design in this Word blog post: Infinite Theme Styles with Custom CSS.
Many of the sites in the Word theme customization showcase also use custom CSS. May I remove credit links such as ‘Blog at Word Press.com’, theme, font, or toolbar links?
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