Don’t delete this post. It has valuable code “snippets” for you to use. Click into the “html” view to see and/or copy the code snippet for each feature.
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Rev. Carlton Elliott Smith is a Team Minister at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, VA. Throughout 2010-2011, much of his attention is going toward the congregational/denominational focus on justice for immigrants and their families.
Hiding an image for use on Facebook postings
This is simply done by embedding a 1 pixel by 1 pixel image into your post. This will not be visible to your blog readers (except the visually anal ones) but it will show up as a thumbnail option when posting to Facebook. Look at the post on Blinded by Bias and try sharing it to Facebook. You should see the thumbnail of your portrait as an option to use for the FB post.
To do this you must add the following code to the end of each post. You add this in “HTML” view; not in “VIsual” view.
<img src=”http://learnoutloud.blogs.uua.org/files/2011/08/terasa_portrait_small.jpg” alt=” ” width=”1″ height=”1″ />
If you look closely at the end of your post text you’ll see a little dot in the middle of the line after the last period. That’s the image rendered 1×1. pixels.