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  1. Quotes & stories are just text, so that can be handled with a simple form. The user inputs text and submits the form, your code saves it - probably in a database - and you're done. Images might be an a URL to an existing image ( e.g. Photobucket ) or an actual image you allow them to upload via a form. Either way, the end result is almost the same - a URL to an image - one being your-site.com/images/img-name.jpg and the other external-site.com/their-url-system/img.jpg So you'd handle them differently but end up with a URL of some sort, that can be stored in the database. The
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  2. A couple of things that help me out. CTRL-S is your friend. Quickly saves the page you are editing. Sublime also has a plugin called "View In Browser." A right click on the document or hot-key combo saves your file and opens it in a browser of your choice. You probably know this, but I will mention this as well. In the tab where the document name is, there is either a little circle or x to the right of the name. A quick glance tells you the status. x=saved, circle=there are unsaved edits on the page. These save a bit of time as well not having to go to the mouse
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