To make your links not show the actual link itself, use this html code <a href=”http://yourblog.tumblr.com/tagged/tagslist“>My list of tags</a> and paste it in the html box in the new page window in the standard layout mode. Here is a picture of what I mean:
To tag pages, just follow this tutorial
I hope this helps!
If all your photos do have that tag, then it might be a Tumblr glitch. Tumblr actually has many glitches that only affect certain users. It’s not the same thing, but when I made this account I couldn’t ask questions on anyone’s ask box. I had another account and that worked fine, so it wasn’t a general Tumblr glitch. What I did was to email Tumblr about the problem and in less than a day they looked into the problem and solved it!
If you really feel you did everything right, then definitely email them. They don’t bite :)
The only way I can think of doing this is adding the links in your blog’s description. Create your pages like it says in my tutorial and the only extra thing you have to do is add the links to the description in customize mode. Use this: <a href=”url“>Link text</a> and fill in the blanks.
For example, <a href=”http://www.pcmadeeasy.tumblr.com/videotutorials”>My video tutorials</a>
<a href=”http://www.pcmadeeasy.tumblr.com/tagged/video_tutorials”>My video tutorials</a>
I hope this helps! :)
I have a tutorial on just how to do that right here. If you have any questions about it, just send me another ask :)
I’m not exactly sure what you mean by Home Page, but I’m going to assume you mean from your blog. If that is the case, then there is one way. The only way you can do that is to make such posts private AND give people the link to such post somewhere else. I have done this with one of my posts talking about Amazon.com. Here’s the link to that.
As you can see, I have a word that I made into a link directing you to a private post that includes a chat log with the Amazon customer service(the link is located on the last big paragraph). You can’t see such post when you look through the pages on my blog. You can do the same with any new or existing post, but you must give people the link provided when you make the post private.
I hope this helps!
First of all, welcome to Tumblr!
Don’t worry, you can definitely do that with Tumblr. What you want is to use the submission feature that you can enable by going into your blog’s settings and people can submit anything and you can review it before it goes on the blog. Btw, I don’t know if you know this since you’re new to tumblr, but if the photos look small just click on them and they go to full size :)
Regarding the multiple photo entry, you can upload multiple pictures in one photo post by clicking the “add another photo” link. People can submit those kind of posts if you enable photo submissions (again on the blog settings).
I hope this helps and good luck with Tumblr! :)