Hello, in my previos post, I had a pivot on it and a few people wondered how i got it on. In this post i will make some instructions that you can follow to put a picture on your blog. Here is the instructions, and i will also have some photos underneath each instruction so you can see what im doing too, and i am using windows 7 so if your screen is different don’t worry( everything with a red box around it is what you need to click):
3.When you click save, another popup will show, and when it does, DON’T CHANGE ANYTHING that shows in the box, And click the OK button. When you do, a little box saying saving animation will appear, and will have a progress bar that is blue.
4.When that is done, go into the dashboard of you blog. When there, make an new post that you will use the GIF in. When you do, write the name of the post you want it to be, AND MAKE SURE YOU HAVE WORDS IN THE POST box otherwise putting in an image won’t work. now once you have put in the post that you want click on the first picture that is next to the Add media part above the post.
5. when you click on it another popup will appear. When you do there will be a little white box with a loading bar go across the screen and once done loading, a bigger pop up will show, and there will be two buttons saying Browse… and Upload. Click Browse and then a pop up similar to when you were saving the pivot as an GIF file will appear, asking you to choose the file you want to upload. Choose the GIF. (Sorry for the quality of this picture, I don’t know why it did it.)
6. When you have done that, the long rectangle next to the Browse… button will show you where the picture is coming from. When you see that, click Upload. When you do, another screen will show up with the picture of your GIF animation, and all of its info, and stuff asking you like if you want to place the pic in the center, left or right, i use center personally, but you can choose. once you have done all that , click Insert into post, and then it will show it in the post.
Then it should show your pivot moving around in the post box. That’s how to put on a Pivot animation on your blog! Thanks for reading, James. Also, i don’t know why, but when you look at the post from the blog, and you look at the animation, it sort of shows where the stick figure goes, i don’t know why but i do know you can’t fix it.
P.S. this is the animation i used for the instructions.