Good morning - I have an image (a badge) that I want to add to my sidebar - the html code that needs to be embedded into that image is separate. I don't know how to embed that code into the image. How do I do this?PS If I've muddled my question, here's my second go round for clarity purposes. You know how the code for the Blog Paws badges is already embedded and all we have to do is copy the code & paste it into the side bar and the image that shows up in our blog side bar will link back…See More
Hi everyone - Jennifer Smith sent an email out to her clients (she's the web designer that re-vamped my blog) and, hopefully, I'll be able to copy/past it here. The link in the first part of her email will take you to the detailed post describing the subject and then most of you should be able to change your WP password w/out her directions but they're part of her email.In light of this, I did 2 additional things: 1) there's a free and paid version of a WP plugin called Wordfence Security - I…See More
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When I started listening to what my dogs were "saying" to me, all kinds of wonderful things began to happen in my life. They showed me how to listen with my heart first and how to change the parts of myself that were holding me back.
Kathy, I just finished reading your post titled "On the Cusp: Connections Between Special Needs Dogs & Special Needs Kids". It almost brought me to tears. I loved it. I have worked with many special needs kids during my career as a 4th grade teacher and would have loved to expose them to the love a dog can bring. I also met some of the most misunderstood dogs while volunteering at the local Humane Society. If people would just look in their eyes and not at their size, maybe more would find homes. Thank you for all you do to spread the word that rescue dogs might be the ones rescuing the owners.