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As we have previously seen, Tumblr allows its uses to create custom themes giving the owner of a tumbleblog the ability to truly customise their tumbleblog to be their own. While tumblr coding is fairly easy to pick up compared to other more complex blogging systems, I want to give you an insight into the code and structure we are going to be deploying next time around when we set about converting a psd to tumblr. Understanding the basics Before we get stuck into the Tumblr code itself, you need to first know what a Tumblr theme looks like. Gone are the gazillion template files of other CMS’s; Tumblr uses one and only one. A single page of html, with the css and scripts in the head of the file is all you’ll need.
Anonymous asked: <p>how do i put a link in my faq. so whenever someone clicks “ask”, it’ll take them to my faq, then i need a link that says like ” to proceed to my ask, click HERE.”</p> i think the easiest way would be to add a “page”. this can be done by going to the customize page, scroll down on the side to were pages are and “add a page”. in this pop up you can type out all your faq as you want, i’d set the url as “faq”. make sure ask is enabled, if you don’t know how to enable ask click here . at the bottom of your faq paste this link to your ask using the “insert/edit link” function on the toolbar thing. click create page and save and all that snazzy shit. you can then add the link to your faq page into your theme’s html (see here if you’re unsure how). hope this helps a whole bunch of people!