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Discussion in 'Personal' started by anon3372, Mar 15, 2012.
if you are using Google chrome?
[p] where [ = the less than symbol (shift comma), and ] = the greater than symbol (shift full stop)
For a line break, use [br] as above
put a "less than sign", then a "p", then a "more than sign" in between paragraphs.
msb - I can't follow you.
Or another way to describe it - in between paragraphs - put this: (p) - but replace the first bracket with a "less than" sign (which is above the comma on the keyboard); and replace the second bracket with a "more than" sign (which is above the full stop on the keyboard)
Did this work?
Now I understand what a msb meant. The shift comma had me confused. I have a German keyboard!
does it work
in opera too?
Obviously! Now, how do we insert smilies and links?
[a href="web address text here"]link text[/a]
With the [ and ] replaced as stated above. I can't put the actual greater than/less than symbols in without the HTML code implementing itself.
What you're doing is formatting your text in HTML, like we used to do in the old days of webpage design.
As for smilies - who cares? They are silly things.
If you really want to shout, use [H1]SHOUT[/H1] and it will hijack TES's house style for big text.
But, but...I like smilies!
I am afraid I don't understand you again, msb. What text? Where do I stick the URL?
[H1]LET US SEE IF I CAN SHOUT[/H1]
Ok this has been puzzling me for months so
did it work I wonder?
Nope, still not a link.
But I can shout!
Do you mind! I am nursing a hangover!
<a> click here [/URL]