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A group of nine designers visit the Whittington Press before heading to Tom Mayos studio for a Letterpress workshop.

If you’re wanting to have a short history lesson on typography and learn a few golden rules of setting type, I recommend visiting Jon Randle at the Whittington Press or Tom Mayo at his Cheltenham studio. You can follow Tom on instagram or contact him via his website

The words “duplicate content penalty” strike fear in the hearts of marketers. People with no SEO experience use this phrase all the time. Most have never read Google’s guidelines on duplicate content. They just somehow assume that if something appears twice online, asteroids and locusts must be close behind. This article is long overdue. Let’s bust some duplicate content myths.

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Tumblr widens inline post images on Dashboard: 125 pixels wide. That’s all you would see when inserting images into a text post or a caption on the Desktop Dashboard. You’d have to click an inline image to enlarge from the thumbnail size. Sure, your blog view of the post showed those images at full size, but most of your post views actually come from the Dashboard. 
Tumblr recently dropped that 125-pixel-width limitation. Now the images you insert into text posts can take up the full 500-pixel display width on the Dashboard. The maximum inline image display height is 750 pixels. If you exceed 750 pixels in height, your displayed image width will reduce proportionally on the Dashboard. Also, you can insert inline image links into the captions of several post types: quote, link, audio, video and even photo posts.

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Tumblr widens inline post images on Dashboard: 
125 pixels wide. That’s all you would see when inserting images into a text post or a caption on the Desktop Dashboard. You’d have to click an inline image to enlarge from the thumbnail size. Sure, your blog view of the post showed those images at full size, but most of your post views actually come from the Dashboard

Tumblr recently dropped that 125-pixel-width limitation. Now the images you insert into text posts can take up the full 500-pixel display width on the Dashboard. The maximum inline image display height is 750 pixels. If you exceed 750 pixels in height, your displayed image width will reduce proportionally on the Dashboard. Also, you can insert inline image links into the captions of several post types: quote, link, audio, video and even photo posts.