I hope y'all will forgive me for posting a link to the page on my Blogger blog that I'm working on - I have to in order to ask my question. But first! - please be aware that I have a big yellow block of AdSense on this page, and you can't help but see it if you visit my page. It's meant for the rest of the world - not for the good people here. I don't want to take it down simply to ask my question here, because somebody in Timbuktu might be surfing around and see something interesting.
Page I'm working on =
(may change in appearance as I'm working on it at this moment)
I have this in my template (little blue text - p.lilblu):
html in post looks like this:
font-family: Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif;
(Schedule of how/when to attend to Mother - because I work on my blog at look after her at the same time. Putting this here helps me keep up with everything.)</p>
6:00 am - Thyroid pill
6:30 am - Walk Buddy (dog) <p class="lilblu">
she'll drive me nuts until I do, and going out in her pen isn't enough.</p>
8:00 am - Start breakfast
8-8:30 am - Alprazolam
9-9:30 am - Lisinopril, Amlodipine, Propranolol, Aspirin
10-10:30 am - Caltrate, Vitamin D
12:30 pm - Start some kind of lunch
more to come
I think making this a ... paragraph tag? ... is causing the "she'll drive me nuts ..." line to start a new paragraph. (duh?)
How can I redo this? And can I make it something short - like simply
instead of having to type out a class name, etc.? BTW - I've tried defining a h9 in my template, but it didn't do what I wanted it to.
<h9> stuff in here, inside the post </h9>
Complete novice here - feeling my way around like a blind person. I appreciate any and all help.