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Bad_cop
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In PSDtuts, there’s a html template that we have to work out from. But in Appstorm, what are we supposed to do?

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BoxyStudio
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What?

Appstorm is a blog for Mac applications, nothing more. Why would they have templates to work from??

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mads
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I think he wants to write a post for AppStorm.

I’m not sure you can do that at all, but try making a pitch via. E-mail. If they like it, I’m sure they will let you guest post.

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Bad_cop
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http://mac.appstorm.net/about/write-a-how-to/ You can write for appstorm. And yes, i would like to write for appstorm, but don’t know how to do so?

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danharper
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I’m not sure what you’re asking.

Write the article as basic HTML markup (use H3 for sub-titles in the post, and H4 for sub-sub-titles). Include a 200×200px image, zip it up and send it off via the form.

The ‘Tips’ are created with
<p class="tip">Tip here</p>

Not sure what else you need to know. But it looks no different than writing for any other of the Envato sites.

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Bad_cop
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Thanks.

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JeffreyWay
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Yep. It’s fairly consistent across all Envato sites. Follow Dan’s directions and you should be just fine!

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