How to display the “About Me” widget?

The best way to build trust is by being trans­par­ent and straight­for­ward. Your descrip­tion of the web­site mat­ter on mul­ti­ple lev­els: on the one hand, it is a quick way of con­nec­tion between the con­tent and the real per­son­al behind the scenes, on the oth­er hand, you let peo­ple get a clue about who you are through a piece of your sto­ry.

Julia offers you room to dis­play a rel­e­vant text and image by using a wid­get which is sim­ple to han­dle it. Before let­ting you know where you can eas­i­ly find, please take a look at the screen­shot to see the result.

Now, all you have to do is to go to Appear­ance → Wid­gets → click on Text (screen­shot), and add a short bio and a pic­ture. For insert­ing the pic with­out strug­gles you need to use an HTML tag: <img src=“your image link goes here”>. On top of that, if you wan to choose a par­tic­u­lar place to dis­play the wid­get on your web­site, please enable the Jet­Pack Vis­i­bil­i­ty.

This article applies to Julia, as they share the same underlying structure.

Updated on June 8, 2017

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