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article Themes that I use for my blog.
By popular demand, here are some of my faves, as I use them for all of my design needs.
-Totally Awesome CSS.
I use this theme, it’s one of the first I found.
It has the basic template and all of the awesome styling options, plus a good assortment of color palettes.
I love this theme.
Its an awesome theme, with the ability to customize your posts.
I like the ease of using it, as well as how you can customize the grid of your post.
-Browsers for your blog.
There are plenty of great browsers for your blogs, but one of my favorites is Google’s blog tools.
I prefer the simplicity of using Google, as the search results are pretty intuitive and they are also very easy to use.
-My Blog is a Blog.
A lot of bloggers love to share their blogs with the world, but the best part is they can make their own.
I’m a writer, so I write in my spare time, and the ease and ease of setting up an account and starting a blog is a godsend.
This is the easiest way to get started with a website.
It’s a free service, but it comes with a few extra bells and whistles.
I highly recommend getting the WordPress plugin to use it for the blog.
Social media is becoming more and more popular, and I think it’s great to have a place where you can post content.
I’ve used Twitter and Tumblr as platforms for my blogs, and this one is no exception.
This plugin allows you to use a variety of blogging platforms like Google+ and Facebook to post content to your blog, and there are tons of other options.
Twitter is my go-to social media platform, but I’m not the biggest fan of it.
I would love to be able to tweet at the best bloggers, but for the time being, I just like to have my own personal account.
I used Vimeo to build my blog, so its a great platform to share your work.
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