Did you know that you can make private blogs, that don’t show up in the Feed? Blogs on FarkasCity can be set to public, unlisted, private, or password-protected. This post will go over how to change your blog’s publicity, and when you might want to use each setting.
Computers think of emojis as text, so you can enter an emoji into the editor and it will show up in your post. There are a few different ways to enter an emoji:
- Using your emoji keyboard if you’re on a mobile device
- Using your system emoji picker if your operating system provides one (check in settings)
- Coping and pasting from a site like emojipedia
FarkasCity allows you to easily add about, contact, subscribe, and similar links to your blog’s homepage. Doing this is incredibly simple.
To add a nav link, write the page as a normal page on your blog and then publish it. Go to your blog’s homepage and hover over the post’s title, then click pin. The post will be hidden from your blog’s feed and a navigation link of the post’s title will appear.
Example: adding a subscribe link
You may have noticed that the FarkasCity editor lacks buttons for making things italicized or bolded, and for adding links and whatnot. This is because the FarkasCity editor uses text-based formatting, called Markdown.
This article is a guide to using Markdown to format your blog posts simply. It is arranged from basic to more-complicated things, so you only have to read as much of it as you want to.
To title your post, put a hash before the first line of your post. For example, this is what the beginning of this post looks like in the editor:
# Guide To Formatting Articles
You may have noticed that the FarkasCity editor…
Italics, bold, and links
Formatting text in a paragraph is really simple. To italicize something, surround it in asterisks (stars) like so:
To *italicize* something,. For bold, use two stars:
Links are also fairly simple. You can add a link by simply pasting the URL: https://example.com.