I am new to RedBubble and have spent a lot of time learning how to do some of the things seen here in Portfolios and Journals. There is no central Tutorial at present, so I am creating a journal entry with an attempt to consolidate the information I found and create a template of basic tips.
Will RedBubble consider the addition of a Tutorial link in the menu of our “my bubble” pages with all of this info and more?
I hope you will find this to be useful information!
Post a Question:
If you do not see your question in the “Learning Centre” http://www.redbubble.com/forums/2 post it as a new topic in the Learning Centre forum and someone will provide an answer!
Add Copyright to your photos on RedBubble:
Click on “my bubble”
select “edit your profile”
scroll to bottom of page,
and tick the “add watermark to myworks”
Edit a Photo or Information in your portfolio:
Go to MyBubble, click on Art.
Rearrange the order of your photos:
On the right of the table, you can move an image up or down, or to the top or bottom.
Next to that column is one that gives you the current statistics for that image.
Edit the photo, description, etc.
In the left hand column is the image, its title, availability and two buttons: edit and show public view.
Click on edit and make any changes: change the image; edit the title, description, tags, options, price and/or publication or delete the work.
Edit your Journal/Blog:
Go to MyBubble, click on Blog.
All of your journal titles will appear and you can edit or delete them from here.
Put the link name in quotation marks followed by a colon then the link
I haven’t figured out how to make the following two tasks work. Where do I find the url for an image if I don’t have a web site?
Insert an Image:
Surround the url text with exclamation points!
Make the Image a Link:
After the url for the image, add a hash mark/forward slash then the url for where you want to go and add the closing exclamation point.
!http://image url/destination url!
And I can’t make the image a link because I can’t figure out how to insert the image.
Resources and Formatting Guides:
by Official Documentation
Textism Tools Textile
format n found by accident
by Stephen Mitchell
ASCII Characters in your RedBubble Journal