I’m finding that getting very familiar with your WordPress blog pages is very important. I recently signed up for a Paypal business account, and then I added a Paypal “donate button” on my blog. I played around with it for awhile, and had to correct a few things in my post, as when I clicked on the donate button, it wasn’t giving me the Paypal page. I went back to “manage” and then “pages” and deleted the HTML code from the “code” page I had entered, and then reentered it. Then it worked right.
Hint: When you look at your screen and you are entering a post on WordPress, you will see a “Visual” tab and a “Code” tab. I believe if you are entering an HTML code, it has to go on the “Code” page. What I also did was save the HTML code to a Wordpad page, and that way I will have access to it later. Little by little I am beginning to understand HTML, but am planning on taking a crash course on how it works and what all of the symbols mean.
For a novice, learning how to blog correctly, as well as how to make changes, is a time consuming process. However, if you’re serious about it, like I am, taking the time to learn correctly will make all the difference in the world.
Plus, from what I’ve read, it takes awhile to get your blog on the World Wide Web (WWW), so I’m going to try and fine tune my pages, write posts, and make the necessary changes. I feel it’s worth taking the time to get it right and produce a great blog.