I have been working on this post for a few weeks now and I can honestly say that I am pleased with how it is coming out. It is a lot more organized than I thought it would be and I can do it better than I thought possible. Most of the tips I have used are from people I have read before or watched videos of. This should probably not be taken as a sign that I have watched or learned anything new. It is a good sign.
I found the section that links to the main page to be the most confusing, so I will focus on the tips that are relevant to the question you asked. Since you asked for some help with the reels, you have probably already made some progress with the reels after playing the first hour of Black Ops 3. I am not saying you have not made progress, I am just saying that you have not made progress with the reels.
The reels are a series of pictures (or animated characters) that are displayed in the top left corner of the profile grid, above the search box. They are not displayed like in the picture, but in the order that they appear on the grid. As a result, they can be more difficult to find than if they were on the main page. One solution is to use the search box to search for reels.
This brings up the question, when searching for reels, are you looking for the one you want to display? If you find one, do you want to display it by default? If you don’t know what to do with it, do you want to hide it? Or do you want to display it on your main page? We have some people who would love to display reels on the main page, and some who prefer to hide them.
Personally, I would rather have a re-display on the main page, but not have a re-display on the main page. This allows my re-display to be more useful to people who have re-displays on their main page. The other option we have is to allow hiding of reels. The reels can be hidden by editing the html that is displayed.
One thing that most reels do is add visual interest to a website. So I would rather see them displayed than hidden. I think it would be a good idea to allow people to hide reels.
The reason for this is that reels add visual interest to the content because they are displayed in the same way that other elements on a webpage are. When someone hides a reel, they are hiding its visual prominence. So the website is less likely to be viewed by people who don’t have visual interest in the content. In the end, it all comes down to what is most useful to you – your eyes or your brain.
If you are like me, you know this all too well, but I think it’s worth repeating for anyone who has a blog or other website. People look at blogs, for instance, to be able to view your content in a new way. A blog is also a great way to show off your photography, so if you don’t show your reels on your website, you will be seen as being less of a photographer.
The reels are essentially the same piece of content on most blogs, but they are usually placed at the bottom of the page to make it easier to read. In this case, however, you could probably get away with putting the reels at the top, or slightly above you…I’m not exactly sure what the big deal is with that, though.
That’s a really great idea, but when you do that, you’re just inviting Google to rank your site for a keyword that you didn’t really put all that much effort into. But I guess if you really don’t care about rankings, that’s okay.