Practice creating a link using the bitem format -- Everyone wins prizes!!
This challenge is designed to help Newbies become familiar with Writing.com, and to practice hyperlinking using the bitem format.
To learn more about how to use the bitem format, click here:
The challenge is part scavenger hunt!! Newbies will search in areas of the website they may never have visited, and begin to recognize the different levels of WDC members, signified by the color of an author's portfolio icon.
For the purpose of this challenge, a Newbie will be defined as any member new to Writing.com since November 1, 2009.
The challenge will close at 10 p.m. WDC time on February 28, 2010.
All participants will be eligible for the Grand Prize, which will be determined by a roll of the virtual dice on March 1, 2010.
1. Choose any one static item from your portfolio.
Grand Prize: 10,000 gps
Every Participant: Receives an in-depth review of the item linked from his/her portfolio!!
Search for three items described in the list below. (Click on the general navigation lists displayed at the top of any WDC page to look for items.) Remember to copy down the seven digit item numbers for each of the following items:
Challenge Judge: NickiD89
Thank You kiyasama for the Beautiful Ribbon!!
Special Thanks to the follow for their generous donations:
Violet The Nun-MY POEMS R GONE - 1,000 gps
tinytalegirl - 33,000 gps
Mara ♣ McBain - 20,000
Playing along is simple:
2. Choose any one book/blog by a Preferred Author with a yellow portfolio icon.
3. Choose any one contest by a Moderator with a blue portfolio icon.
Click 'Post a New Message' below. In the Topic Window, type 'My Entry'. In the large box, create three links, one for each item, using the bitem format.
Example: Your post will look like this, but the #'s will be replaced by the item numbers you have chosen.
HAVE FUN AND GOOD LUCK!
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