Yes! It’s easy. Just go to http://twitterfeed.com/ and set up an account. You will need to register and then know the email address and password you used for Twitter and your username and password for Facebook. This is a free service.
Your RSS feed will be: http://yourdomain.com/feed/. If you prefer to do a category then go to that category and get the url and add /feed/ to the end. For example we can get a feed for our FAQs by going here: http://betterwebsitebuilders.com/blog/category/faqs/feed/.
Uploading images that have not been prepared for the web will quickly use up your web storage space, cause your pages to load slow and could even break your website! We have prepared a printable document for you to download that shows how to use a free online tool for getting your pictures ready as well as how to do the very minimum anyone should do to their pictures/images before trying to upload them to any website (even ebay or craigslist).
To view the document please click this link: Preparing Images for the Web downloadable tutorial.
Sometimes you have a very small paragraph that you want to align an image to the left of. If you use the traditional “align left” tool while inserting the image into the paragraph you will end up with an undesirable “stacked” effect like this: