source Time subtitle WebPags are a great way to show content in your web page, whether it is an embedded image or a text description.
The article will tell you more about how to use them.
1:11 – A WebPager is a small, portable, lightweight tool for displaying web content.
You can use it to display text, links, and even to add custom images to a page.
It is especially useful when you want to show your blog content to users on mobile devices, which means that you can easily add and display images without having to worry about how the web page is displayed.
How do you use Web Pags on a page?
1:29 – WebPagers work best when you have a lot of content, so we’ll use an example to illustrate the concept.
If you have 10,000 words of text, a good way to demonstrate the concept is to use an image from your blog.
If we have 10 web pages, we could put the image in a tag called image1.jpg and use it in the title of our page.
That would be a good example of how you can use a WebPagar to show more of your blog, because that would give you a lot more content.
What you need to know about WebPaging WebPages are a collection of small icons and small text that you place on a webpage to show or hide content.
WebPagging on a mobile web page means that if you click on an icon, you will be taken to a web site that shows that icon.
The icon will show a list of all the content on the page.
The content is either embedded in the page, or the content is hidden in the background.
If the content has multiple tags, the tags are grouped together.
There is no need to scroll down to see the tags.
If a tag has a red dot, it means that the content can be clicked and displayed, or it will be hidden.
In this example, the blue dot will tell the user that the page can be opened in a new tab or window.
When you use a webPager on a site that doesn’t use a banner, the icon will have a red background and a green text text.
How to set up a Web Pager for mobile sites How to add WebPagic to your site: 1:13 – First, add the following code to your page’s template:
<a href="//blog.yourdomain.com" onclick="alert(this.tag.title);alert( this.tag_id.toString() );alert( 'Click here to show the tag!‘ );}
This code should be placed in the header of your page.
Then, add this code to the body of the page:
Now, if you go to your website’s settings page, you’ll see that the tag.name is highlighted.
Now you need a Web Pag to show that icon, and that’s where a Webpager comes in handy.
Now, the easiest way to do that is to add the code to an image.
To add a Web page tag to an embed, use an ImageTag.
Add the following markup to your blog template: tag1=”tag name;title;author;title”;tag2=”tag title;title” onfocus=”alert()”>Add the following image tag to the top of the blog: Now you can add an image to the header to show an icon of that tag.
You might want to add some text at the bottom of the image tag, but that’s up to you.
How can you use an HTML page tag in an image?
If you use the HTML tag in a web pag, you can embed the image directly in the HTML page.
This works great if you want your page to load faster than if you simply load the page with a banner.
This means that your page will load faster.
However, if your page loads with an embed on mobile, you won’t be able to do this.