This tutorial has been updated here
I had some people ask how I made the layout for my light wonders
So I decided to make a tutorial so that everyone can learn
If you've got any questions, feel free to ask Codes:
Here are the codes you'll need, for easy copy and pasting:
- When getting the links to the deviations (for x
), make sure you use the method described in the Journal. Don't use any other link, like the one in your address bar or the fav.me link. If you do, people won't be able to drag your deviations to fave them!
Thanks to `GillianIvy
's helpful comment
, I found out another code which gives the same result and saves a lot of time:
with the numbers only
in the deviations thumb, and obviously replace q
with your width!
Please note it doesn't work with a height - but you can use it for width if you like!
Everything else is the same process, it just makes it easier to work with! Centering Text / Deviations:
If you'd like to center your text and deviations, add this code to the very start of your Journal entry:
If you're using Sta.sh to write your Journal, make sure you do this at the very last change to your Journal before publishing, otherwise it'll screw with your entire feature and you'll get very confused like I did!
Make sure you close it with </
div> at the end of your Journal, otherwise you probably won't get it centered.
Thanks to my friends ~Catmagik
, and ~xoLeighox
! I used their photos in the tutorial because I knew they wouldn't mind Journals made with this tutorial:
I'd appreciate it if you linked me to the features you write using this tutorial!
Here are some amazing photos I found today!
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