March 30, 2012

Yeah.  Worked out how to change the link color for my articles and article title.  Lucked out by stumbling upon by trying to do something else.  Here’s how I did it.   In Dashboard, go to Appearance=>Theme Options.  Then go to the section where it says “Link Color”.  Then choose your color.  How easy is that.  I’m stoked!  Doesn’t take much to amuse me.

I’m about halfway through completing my strategy guideline for social media and crisis management plan.  I can’t wait to publish this page.


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