Sometimes when you copy images from somewhere on the web, unwanted extra formatting and styles might come along with it. This is how to remove that CSS formatting...
Advanced How-Tos and Step-By-Step Guides
SpaceNode how-tos, step-by-step guides and FAQs for advanced Noders and Web-Developers
Your SpaceNode comes setup in "Blog Format" meaning that on your home page there will be a list of article summaries which you click through to the article itself.
With a SpaceNode, you can have different types of Articles appear in different folders of your website. The Articles Module is highly customisable and can be used for display news, articles, blogs, products and events.
This step-by-step tutorial guides you through the process of setting up a new Articles Module Folder on your SpaceNode Website...
Video tutorial on how to create a Site Map for your SpaceNode which makes it easier for Search Engines to index your site
Video tutorial on creating a sliding category RSS block which is a lovely way of adding dynamic moving content to your website
Video tutorial by Nicola Quinn on how to work with anchors within your articles. Includes an example from working on a real-life FAQ page and also demonstrates a few features of the SpaceNode editor including 'full-screen mode'. Anchors are important because they allow you to link to sections within a page and are often used in long articles. Use of anchors also helps visitors and search engines to navigate your content...
Video tutorial and step-by-step guide to creating light boxes which are attractive ways of displaying popup images.
A node owner who saw my BMW F650GS Motorbike Review contacted me to find out how I converted the thumbnail images in the article into "lightboxes" which when clicked expand to fill the screen.
This step-by-step guide will teach you how to add lightboxes to your articles and pages.
Click this image to find out what a lightbox looks like when applied to "Mr Pig":
SpaceNode themes are designed using CSS which means if you use CSS in your articles and pages then when the theme changes, you can be assured that the look & feel of your article or page will also change.
This how-to goes through a few simple CSS instructions you can add to bring your content alive.