How to Use Journal Skins What are journal skins?
Journal skins are premade, installable layouts that allow you to customize the look and feel of your journal.
Here are a few examples:
Who can use journal skins?
Only premium members on deviantART can use journal skins.
If you're unsure about whether or not you're a premium member, just go to your profile page and look at the top. If it says "Need Premium Membership", you're not a premium member.
How do I use journal skins?
Find a skin that you like. You can browse for one here, the Installable Journal Skins category.
Pick a skin that you like.
Before you install the skin, scroll down and read the comments. Many journal skins will require you to copy
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How do I install journal skins?
Install the journal skin.
Click on this . . .
and . . .
Apply the journal skin in your journal.
Create a new journal entry:
Go to the options tab:
Scroll down and click on Choose a skin:
Click on the skin you want and click on Ok:
And now it should look like this:
Applying the divs.
Click on the Journal Text tab:
And copy and paste this code into the content section:
YOUR TITLE HERE
JOURNAL TEXT HERE JOURNAL TEXT HERE JOURNAL TEXT HERE
The divs are the additional boxes in a journal. The text you're readin
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