For Blog or Webpage Changes, Only Upload What You Need
It is easy to make blog or webpage changes. Only upload what is needed to change that particular portion that needs improvement without affecting the main portions of the page. Check additional information about Changes Only Upload.
When you own, operate, or manage a blog, webpage, or any other Internet-related application, there will always come a time when you are going to have to make some changes to improve or modify how your application looks, works, and feels. However, in order to make these changes, only upload what will make those specific changes and avoid the temptation to make unnecessary ones because these will most likely cause your application to crash.
Actually, all Internet-based applications are made up of a series of texts that function as commands, making your application work. Changing these lines of text will either change how your application functions or destroy it totally. There comes a need to know which lines of text to change and how to change them in order to make the changes that are needed. This requires having knowledge of html language and programming ability.
When you want to make a certain modification to your application, first decide on what change you want. Take note that even font styles and background colors rely on text-based inputs. When you know how to "read" html language, you will know what commands correspond to the portions of your application and what commands are used to modify them. For instance, colors are usually designated by values from 0000 to 9999. Finding these values and those portions they correspond to will enable you to make changes.
When you have decided on what changes you want to be made, you must then make a plan on how to implement those changes. Always save a backup of the current template you have so that just in case worse comes to worst, you have something to use to restore your application to its status quo. You can use the wordpad application in Windows to backup your template. What is quite useful with wordpad is that you can use the actual text document to upload your template to restore the original configuration.
Trial and error is a programmer's best friend in making changes to an application. This is because no programmer has the ability to make exact changes without committing a single error. This is the reason why applications are usually and initially released as test versions. When you have your template and you have already decided on what changes to make, alter the text inputs and observe the changes. Remember always to make your changes one at a time in order for you to be able to monitor the changes your application goes through. The more changes you make at a time, the more confused you might get. This may result in a ton of work going down the drain if you have to start over because you got lost in your own application.
When you are done making your changes, upload your template and see if your changes are satisfactory according to your plan. For other minor changes, only upload what is needed. You can also seek the advice and comments of other users to see whether or not your changes improve your application.