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Guest Post Guidelines

Thank you for your interest in contributing to our website, a dedicated platform for CSS, HTML, and JavaScript enthusiasts. We are always on the lookout for insightful, original content that can help our readers enhance their web development skills. If you’re passionate about coding and eager to share your knowledge with a vibrant community, we’d love to hear from you.

To ensure that your guest post aligns with our website's mission and standards, please follow these guidelines:

  1. Relevance: The content must be directly relevant to CSS, HTML, or JavaScript. You may also write about related frameworks, libraries, tools, best practices, or the latest trends in these areas.

  2. Originality: All submissions must be original work that has not been published elsewhere. This includes your personal blog, another website, or any other print or digital platform.

  3. Quality: Your article should be well-written, informative and insightful. Aim to provide clear explanations and practical examples wherever possible. Avoid overly technical jargon – make it accessible for everyone from beginners to experts.

  4. Length: Articles should be between 800 and 1500 words. They should provide enough depth to engage and educate our readers but be concise enough to maintain interest.

  5. Formatting: Please structure your content with subheadings, bullet points, or numbered lists for easy readability. Include screenshots, gifs, or code snippets where necessary.

  6. References & Citations: If you use data, statistics, or quote someone, please provide a link to the source. All code snippets should be properly attributed.

  7. No Promotional Content: While you are allowed to mention tools and services relevant to your topic, overtly promotional content or affiliate links are not permitted.

  8. SEO and Links: In the body of the article, links to high-quality, relevant resources are allowed, but they must add value to the content. Affiliate links and shortened URLs are strictly prohibited.

  9. Author Bio: Include a short bio introducing yourself to our readers. You may include links to your personal website or social media profiles.

  10. Post Editing: Please note that we reserve the right to edit your submission for clarity, tone, and style. Significant changes will be discussed with you.

  11. Submission: Use the form below to submit your article proposal. We will get back to you with login credentials to submit your article.

We appreciate your interest in contributing and look forward to reading your insightful articles on CSS, HTML, and JavaScript. Let's work together to make the web development world more accessible and exciting!

Happy writing!

The CSSPortal Team


Article Submission Form

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