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Here are the top ten articles for the Editor Assistance Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Using HTML In your Articles
You don't have to use HTML to write your articles - you can simply write straight text. But sometimes you'll want to have something bolded or italicized. Here are your instructions.

2. Jeanne Egbosiuba Ukwendu - Resources Manager
The biography of Jeanne Egbosiuba Ukwendu, Resources Manager.

3. Image for Facebook
When an article is featured on Facebook, either by you or by any of your visitors, it can have an image to go with it. Here is how you do that.

4. HTML Compressors
If you use a lot of HTML in your articles, you will want an HTML compressor. An HTML compressor removes all unnecessary blank lines and spaces from your article.

5. *Subjects and Links - The Basics
Your BellaOnline site homepage is like your table of contents to what you offer. It quickly lets your visitors see your latest articles, have a link to your full archives, as well as a by-topic breakdown on the left side of your site homepage.

6. Using Fonts in your Articles
How to liven up your articles with fonts.

7. Focusing Your Topic
BellaOnline topics differ from content found on other types of websites, because they must focus on a tightly controlled aspect of the topic.

8. Avoiding Spam Blocks on your Newsletter
If your BellaOnline newsletter is thought to be a spam message, an ISP might block your newsletter from their entire site. This could cause 80% or more of your newsletter members to bounce back as invalid.

9. Article Length Guidelines - Minimum 400 Words
We require a minimum length of 400-500 words for articles; this is mentioned in the become-an-editor area as well as in all training materials. Why do we want articles of at least that length?

10. Understanding Monitor Resolution
If you go into 20 different peoples' homes, you'll find 20 different monitors with 20 different settings. This is important to understand when working with graphics.



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