This post is part of Sadhana, a 26-week exploration of each of the Namaste Yoga sequences. It’s never too late to join! All that is required is to try a new Namaste sequence each week – and don’t forget to post about your experiences to be entered in our monthly contests. Read all the Sadhana posts here or connect with others participating in Sadhana on our Facebook wall.
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First content paragraph would go here. please note the small text on top representing a sample of the intro text that migh appear in some of the blogs. feel free to copy the formating / paragraph and and adjust accordingly for any new blogs.
Second Content paragraph would go here. (please note that there is no extra line between the two paragraphs)
Third content paragraph with a Link (please note that the link has a target="_blank" tag in it's tag in order to open it in a new window. this could be changed through the View HTML button on the top right) this link would look like this in HTML: Link
A List looks like this:
A Landscape image will look like this it will be 450x256 at 72DPI. The logos on all images should be placed on the bottom right corner of the image. They should be white with a subtle drop shadow (distance="0") and stay the same size no matter what the image size is. Copy on the images could be placed as see fit. preferable in the form of a quote. the quote should appear in various sized font depending in order to highlight a part of the quote. The font used for this should always be "Bookman Old Style". it should preferable be in white with a subtle drop shadow (set to distance="0").
A Portrait image will look like this and will be 250x381 at 72DPI. There might be an exception if you are using a square image (which is less preferred) if that is the case, the square image will be be no larger than 369x369 at 72DPI. The image will be place to the right hand side of the text and wrap around it with a 10px distance to the left - this could be adjusted by clicking the image then clicking 'edit'. it will open up a control box where the setting could be adjusted. alternatively this could be changed by clicking on the View HTML button and adding the following to the tag:
style="float: right; margin-left: 10px;"
Finally - tags can be added to the post on the bottom from the selection of Tags or you could add a new one - please make sure to correctly capitalize any new tag you add as the tags are case sensitive and the system would recognize 'sadhana' and 'Sadhana' as two different tags.
Finally - the end paragraph and logo to be copied into each post is as follows.
Each post ends with the following. i find it easy to go into the view HTML and copy and paste the content - that way i know im not missing anything (like the image which is currently invisible - white on white)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Heather Gregory is an avid Namaste yogini and has been practicing the sequences nearly every day for three years. Her favourite part of Namaste is the opportunity it affords to find her calm, collected center and carry that forward through each day. We enlisted Heather to embark on the 26 -week journey and blog about each sequence. You can contact her at email@example.com
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