This is a good news for you who wants to make your blog becomes more lively🙂 you can add in a frame to your post to symbolize the content, i.e. mad, nature, night mind, etc😀
I got this info from one of my friends blog (thanks dude :D). Since it seems interesting, I try it out on this blog (WordPress). So, if you want to try it on your blog (WordPress)…. Check this out!!
Blogframes example: Wing
These are the ways to do it:
1. I recommend you to use blogdesk to create your post since its easier and the example given here was made using that software
2. Open your blogdesk and create the title of your post
3. Go to Blogframes blog, pick the frame of your choice (so far there are only 7 frames available), click the link to the frame source code, and copy the code inside.
4. Go to your blogdesk again. Click the “view” menubar and pick “source”. Paste the copied source code onto the the blogdesk window (either to “post” or “more” parts)..
5. Click the “view” menubar again and this time, pick “normal”. Wait for a while and you will see the frame shown up on your blogdesk.
6. Type in your post onto the frame (there are some hints given on the frames for you to type in the subtitle and text).
7. Publish your blog🙂
Thats all there is to it. I haven’t tried this one on others blog’s host yet. But, I am quite sure that the principle is the same. Have fun!! …..😀
But… heyy…. dudes… hold your horses!!! I haven’t finished yet😀
I have tried using this method yesterday and posted the example on my blog. However, there were a few problems found. The most troublesome problem is when the images source (the images were stored in snapdrive) is not sending the frame images to your blog. Maybe due to the bandwith problem or perhaps due to another reason which is … unfortunately… not something for a novice computer user like me to understand.
So… in order not to have the same problem again, I downloaded the frame images to my computer and uploaded the images to my blog. Next, I just have to change the url address of the frame images in the source code from snapdrive to the uploaded image in my blog (i.e. from http://www.snapdrive.net/files/462494/wing/wing_r1_c1.png to https://wiku.files.wordpress.com/2007/06/wing_r1_c1.png).
Based on the discussion with my friends, its possible to make your own frame (also based on Sandy’s comment😀 ). The simplest way for you to do it is by using the format (source code) from blogframes as a template. Then…. creates your own frame images with similar image sizes with the one in the template (you can use different sizes if you are familiar with html source code and able to change the code according to your own images). The next thing that you have to do is to upload the images and use the url address in the source code template. There… you got your own frames now🙂
Okie… thats should be all then. Have fun dudes😀