I Know Just Enough Code To Be Dangerous

how to create a jump around 

This week’s blog post was going to be a  glossary of terms.

dictionaryI mean, if I have to look up things, then others do too, right?

Well, once I really started to get into the project and compile the list of terms I was going to include, I realized that the job I’d taken on was actually much more than a blog post.   It needed to be it’s own page on the site; a resource page.  
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The Word “HashTag” Is Not To Be Said Out Loud In Everyday Conversation (As Explained To Me By My 12 Year Old)

images#ToHashTag Or   #NotToHashTag ???
Unless you are in the online tech industry, then you’ve probably got some confusion as to exactly what a hashtag (#) is and how to use it.
I’ll teach you the nuts and bolts of what you need to know in this post, but first, check out this quick video.
It’s from September of 2013.  For those of you #SNL fans (Saturday Night Live) Justin Timberlake is known to stop by and make frequent cameo appearances on the show as he is good friends with many members of the cast, past and present (not to mention Lorne Michaels).
So, it’s no surprise that he’d inevitably show up as a guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

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ONE Sentence IS The New Paragraph

keep-it-simpleOne sentence IS the new paragraph.
It’s true; especially in email marketing.
See, if you’re like me, then you’ve willingly subscribed to someone’s list before and (if they’re worth they’re salt) you’ve subsequently received some of their emails.
The Million Dollar Question Is… Do you read them?
And if you’ve subscribed to more than one person’s list – providing you’re reading their emails, that is – after a while, you start to see patterns emerge.

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