"Mennonite Hymnal and Song Books" by Mike DeHaan.
It never rains but it pours. Today's forecast...no, make it a post-cast...calls for heavy image copyright posting here at my Blog of Writing.

Sorry, this is my second incomplete draft post of the day. Normally I only write one post per day, and I prefer them to be complete.

This is also began as a remarkably large image! Fortunately the "resize" tool works.

Publicity for my first Mennonite Music Article

Once this article is published, I also will promote it in DeHaan Services () and in my Xanga blog ().

One Writing Tip about Images for Weebly

Not too long ago, Weebly introduced a "drag" feature for the image loading tool.

The old method required the writer to "browse" through images from a pop-up directory listing.

This was especially annoying because the Weebly editor, or possibly the web browser, remembers the latest folder from which you copied an image. If you work from different folders, it's a nuisance to navigate the folder listings. If you kill the cookie that remembers where you were, your starting position

My writing tip is to use the "drag" feature, especially if you've already opened that folder list to decide which image you want to include.

You already have the right folder open. You already see the image, if you're using a "large icon preview" view.

You certainly don't see a preview of the picture from the Weebly file list.

So, make your life a lot easier. Even if WordPress or Blogger force you to browse a list of file names and navigate your own directory structures, enjoy the simplified Weebly "drag your image" feature.

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