How to create your first blog template

This post is from the Sparkle Blog template book by Emma Pfeifer, which can be found at the Sparkles website. 

The Sparkles template book is a free book and is designed to help you get started on creating a blog template.

Emma P Feifer has created this template for you to use, and I have included it below. 

In this template, you will learn the basics of using Sparkles templates to make your first blogging post.

I will also show you how to create a few more blog templates with the Sparkly template library that Emma has provided. 

Emma P Feif has created a template that is very easy to use. 

If you are a beginner, this template is very basic.

You will need to learn how to navigate the templates, and create a new template with the template editor. 

A good beginner’s template is an easy one to get started with.

If you are an experienced blog owner, then you will want to use this template to get the most out of your blog. 

Here are the basic steps for creating a basic blog template: Step 1: Choose your content type(s). 

The first step is to choose your content.

The more complex the content type, the more complex it needs to be.

I like to use my favorite blog template for this, Sparkly.com. 

Step 2: Create a new Sparkly blog template from the template library. 

For this tutorial, I will be using Sparkly’s template library, but the same template will work for any of your templates. 

To use this Sparkly Templates template, open the Sparkling template library and click on “Create a new page”. 

From the template window that opens, choose “New Template” and choose “Blog” as the content. 

Click on “Add New Page” to create the page. 

Once you have created a new blog template that looks similar to the one you just created, you are ready to create it! 

Step 3: Select the “WordPress” site for the new blog post. 

On the new page, you should see a new post that looks like this. 

(Click on it to see a larger version of this post) In the following image, you can see that the blog has been created using the template. 

Selecting the “Content” tab will show you the “Title” and “Author” for this post.

The title is the title that you will be writing about. 

Now, the content needs to have the following attributes: A title that will stand out on your blog and help your readers see what your content is about A description that is as descriptive as possible A link that will lead readers to the post, which is something you should be able to do with a short post.  Step 4: Add a title and description for your post.

If your post is going to be a blog post, you’ll want to add a short title and a link that is easy to read. 

I use the title of my blog as a guide, so I added this simple title: What Happened To My First Blog? 

You should then be able click the “Add Content” button. 

You’ll now see a list of all of the content types and tags that are available for your blog, as well as the post title, which should be something like this: The “Title of Your Post” and the “Author of Your Posts” are what you will use to help readers find your blog posts. 

Using a “Content Type” and a “Tag” will help you figure out which tags are most useful to your readers. 

It is a good idea to include a link back to your blog so that your readers will be able find your post on the internet. 

Finally, you need to make sure that you have a title that people can easily find. 

This is the one time you will need it. 

Add this title and an author in the title field of the template: “What Happens To My First Blog?”. 

You now have a simple, straightforward title that your reader can easily click on. 

After you have added the title and the author, click on the “Done” button to save the template and return to your “My Sparkles” page.