The adventures of domestic!Katandy (and a couple other ships), continued.
HELLO ELLIE. I realize you said you don’t want to hunt for coding, but really, the best thing I can suggest is to check out some theme makers on tumblr if you want to add links to your page in a cool way. I’m using a theme by lostmemento. She has a lot of great pre-made stuff that you can literally just drop into your html box, and you can also check for more premade themes by other theme makers here.
The good thing about most of these premade themes is they come with their own instruction manual. Like, they will tell you (usually) in the post exactly how large each image is, the suggested color palette (although you can always change it up, as long as you don’t remove the theme logo or credit), and what font sizes/faces work best. If you’re using a tumblr theme, and you’re happy with it, all you have to do moving forward is scroll to the bottom of our customization tab.
There’s this little plus button next to the words “Add a page.” From there, if you don’t want to deal with hunting for any more codes, just use the default “standard format” (that’s what I use ‘cause I’m lazy). From there on out, it’s pretty much like a regular text post format for a table of contents. The chapter titles are nothing more than links inserted in text (the little tool that looks like a diagonal eight).
On a tumblr theme, the page should show automatically once it’s added. On a custom theme designed by someone else, there will be these boxes for separate links where you can customize the link title and add the url.
If a page link does not show up automatically on a standard tumblr theme, add it to your blog description in html coding and remove asterisks: <*a href=”url here”>Link title here<*/a>.
I hope this helps! If you have any further questions, feel free to shoot me another ask!