About - 2BlueEyes
Halee is a band geek, die hard Sims fan, and chocolate chip cookie connoisseur. She enjoys creating imaginary itineraries for the imaginary trips she plans to take with all of her imaginary money.

Home – at the moment – is just outside Tokyo in Kawagoe, Japan. This blog is dedicated to her weekend plans, world travels, and everything in between. Take a look around. Like a post if you’re feeling frisky andย leave a comment if you dare!


16 thoughts on “About.

  1. basants says:

    Hey there, I was wondering if you would be interested in participating in a blogging event I have just created called My Monthly Memories. Itโ€™s about creating an archive for you and your audience through monthly posts, I would love it if you would partake. You can find all the information here: https://thoughtsofasociallyanxiousextrovert.wordpress.com/my-monthly-memories-monthly-blogging-event/
    Thanks again!

    Basant She

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    • Halee Pagel says:

      Thanks for following! I was meaning to ask you a question…how did you teach yourself HTML & CSS? I’m looking to learn and would love to know how you learned. Did you use an online course?


      • Melissa Ann says:

        No, I just learned over time by using…wait for it…the internet! There is one official site that teaches the latest versions of HTML & CSS. I still use it a lot: http://www.w3schools.com/

        When you switch to “HTML” mode on your text editor when creating a post, that’s where you can add some code. However, WP only allows some basic HTML codes; it will strip out complicated coding.

        One way to figure out what code is being used where, is to hover your cursor over the area you want to change, right click and choose your browser’s “Inspect” feature.

        A window will pop up on your screen that shows you both the css & html being used on the area you picked.

        Here’s an example you could use on WP: Say you want a certain paragraph to be in italics AND a different font size.

        You would highlight the portion to be in italics, and then click the “i” at the top of your text editor. Then un-highlight it and switch to HTML mode.

        Once in that mode, look for that paragraph of text – it will have in front of it, which stands for italics.

        So to change the font size for just that one paragraph of text, you would change that beginning to this, for example:

        Adding that little bit of code tells your browser to display that paragraph in italics in a larger font size than the rest of your post. Or you can make it smaller.

        This could go on a long time, so I will stop for now. But may I ask…Did you purchase the $99 plan so that you have access to your blog’s CSS?

        I did, and I’ve added a ton of code to my blog. That’s how I was able to center my sidebar titles and add a border around them.

        But even if you didn’t, you can still change some things with your text editor.

        If you have things you would like to change on your blog, just let me know, and maybe I can help.

        Otherwise, I just learned as I went along. If I didn’t know how to do something, I just did a search query and looked through the different results until I found what I needed.

        Best ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Cezane & Michelle says:

    Your blog is really fascinating, i read a few posts and they captured my read attention to the very last sentence. Im quite in awe of the site you run here, staying tuned for more. Cheers halee โ˜บ – Cezane

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