Lascas de polvilho
Sabe aquele tipo de petisco que você começa a beliscar e não consegue parar de comer? Com essas lascas de polvilho é assim, elas são crocantes, super saborosas e simplesmente viciantes.
Lascas de polvilho
200 ml de água
200 ml de óleo de girassol
500 g de polvilho azedo
20 g de açúcar
10 g de sal
250 ml de leite (pode-se se usar leite sem lactose)
Temperos para finalizar: Mix de pimentas, lemon pepper, orégano, queijo parmesão ralado, ervas finas, pimenta caiena.
HOW TO HIDE IMAGE COLLAGES (FOR PINTEREST) IN YOUR POST
April 28, 2015 by Nagi 73 Comments
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How to hide long images for Pinterest in blog posts
I hate the long Image Collages with big titles that dominate Pinterest nowadays. And yet, I do them. I do them, because they WORK. Since I started creating what I call “Image Collages” for my posts, I’ve definitely noticed an increase in repins.
Besides the fact that they DO stand out on Pinterest, the fact is, if you DON’T do them, then you’re putting yourself at a disadvantage as more and more bloggers use them.
But I don’t want Image Collages in my posts. I don’t think they look good – they are way too “in your face”. So I hide them in my posts so they only appear as an option to pin when a reader Pins a post.
Maggie from Omnivore’s Cookbook taught me how to do this, so if you find this useful, please pop over and visit her blog and leave her a note of thanks on one of her posts! 🙂
** Update: As at 23 May 2015, there is an issue with WordPress that is causing problems with this but it does eventually work. After hiding the image, save the post, view it and Pin it. The collage may not be there. If you go back to the code, the photos is gone, though the Hide code is still there. Reinsert the image, then save and it should work ok. 🙂 *
HOW TO HIDE AN IMAGE IN A POST (BUT STILL APPEARS AS A PINNABLE IMAGE)
1. Insert the Image Collage into a post – you can do it anywhere in the post. Don’t forget to insert Alt text which will appear as the default description when the image is pinned!
2. You will probably be in Visual mode as most people write in this mode. So flick over to the Text mode and locate the code for the image.
3. Insert this code in front of the image code: