MODERATOR, CAN YOU FLOAT THIS?
So I've been reading a lot of posts, and a lot of people seem to have trouble with HTML. So, I decided to post a thread where people can ask questions about HTML and I can try to answer the questions you guys ask. So I'm going to explain some stuff right off. And remember you can do more than one HTML thing at once.REMEMBER TO REPLACE ( AND ) WITH < AND >!
You can have a few kinds of divisions.
1. (div)This is a medium break.
2.(p) This is a little break.
3.(br) This is a medium break.
You can do doubles to make a bigger break.
Bold and such:
To do bold, you do (b) and then text. To close the bold, you do (/b). (b)Your text here(/b) Example
To underline something, do the same as bold except replace the "b"s with "u"s. (u)Your text here(/u) Example
To italicize something, do the same as bold except replace the "b"s with "i"s. (i)Your text here(/i)Example
COLORED TEXT:To color text, just do:
(FONT COLOR="color code here")Your text here(/font)
Some common color codes are:
Bright Green: 00FF00
Bright Blue: 00FFFF
Those should b enough to start with. You can ask me for another color and I can try to find a color code that will work. They don't have to be all letters and numbers to work, though. Remember that.
So. These codes are for making text move across the screen. I will only give you a simple kind of it, though. Moderator Brian's post on the General Discussion board will help you too--TwinkToes87 responded to it with a lot of kinds of marquee.
The code for marquee is:
(marquee behavior="scroll" direction="left" scrollamount="5")Your text here(/marquee)
You can do things to scrolling marquee, too. And you can change the speed, too. The "scrollamount" is the speed. "1" is slow, versus "10" is fast. You can have the direction be "right" or "left".
You can ask me about other things too, because I know more. I just don't want to take the trouble to show it.
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