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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

About the tabs . . . . .

I have finally finished vending at my last show of the year and have time to get back on the blogging wagon.  I would love to show you pictures of the beautiful quilts the ladies in New Bern, North Carolina made but I forgot the camera!  They were just stunning.  The venue couldn't have been better.  Right on the waterfront of the Neuse River.  Sailboats were going by, the sun was out, the water crystal clear.

Several of you have asked about how to put the tabs on the top.   First of all, depending on which template you use, the tabs may look like traditional tabs but others may not.  On my blog, they show up as text. 

Click on any of the text right below my header and you can see lovely pictures of me and my adorable family.  There is another tab with all the quilts I have actually finished in the two years.  Yes, I have finished a few.  Too few.  But that's for another post.

To create your own tabs, click on New Post or go to the Posting tab in Blogger.

See up at the top under Posting ?  There is an option called Edit Pages.  You will get a page like this . . . . 

I am showing you my Primitives blog because I haven't added tabs to that one yet.  You can either click on the New Page button or the words Create a page.

You will get a page that looks VERY similar to your posting page.  

The Page Title is whatever name you want the tab to be . . . . . add your content just like you were writing your post.

When you are finished, click on Publish Page at the bottom.

And you are finished!  I don't know how many tabs (really pages) you can add.  But have fun with it.  If you have any questions, email me or leave a comment and I will try to help.

So why am I telling you all this?  I have exciting news coming soon that has to do with tabs.  Stay tuned!

Blessings, Cathi


Darlene said...

Just stopping by say, "Hey". Been missing ya!

Barb said...

I just figured all this out a few days ago....but thanks for the explained it well.

Quilt Hollow said...

Hey you!
I have tabs that I started awhile back but they aren't very obvious. I want to post information on my quilting services on one. Yours LOOK like tabs.
You have me curious...what's tell!!

Deb said...

I've been wondering how to make tabs and never had the time to really investigate how. Thanks so much for posting this!

Joyce said...

How can we make the tabs really 'pop'?

Carrie P. said...

thanks for the tip. I really want to change the look of my blog next year.

Carol said...

Thanks for the info on the tabs. Can't wait to hear your exciting news.