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Monday, November 07, 2005

Malcom X's (Richard's) and Teddy-Grahm's (Graeme's) Quick Guide to HTML

Hello people. This for whoever wants to get a quick rundown of some features that Blogger doesn’t offer as a button you push. All tags begin with opening brackets < > and end with </ >. Some tags Blogger puts the closing tags in automatically after your opening tag, making it useless. We have yet to figure out how to get around this. Some of the tags listed may not be supported by Blogger, this world of html is very finicky so just try your best when using these, if at all.

<s> is strike through </s>
<font color=”$$$$$$”></font color=”$$$$$$”> The $$$$$$ represent a hexadecimal number. You can get the whole html color chart online. It adds a lot more variety to the color of your fonts.
<sub></sub> Makes your font subscript
<sup></sup> Makes your font superscript
<marquee> </marquee> makes your text float across the screen
<pre></pre> enters the text into the document exactly how you put it there with the exact number of spaced you have.
<hr> puts a line across the screen separating two parts

This looks really complicated but its not, your simply opening a table with <> adding a border, changing its color, adding padding and spacing and putting the width to 100 percent. The <> is the row while the <> is the column.
<TABLE BORDER="2" BORDERCOLOR=”#000033” CELLPADDING="2" CELLSPACING="2" WIDTH="100%"><TR><TD>Column 1 </TD><TD>Column 2 </TD></TR></TABLE>

Column 1Column 2


At 11/07/2005 9:44 PM, Blogger AichelleS. said...

insaneage haha

At 11/09/2005 11:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Really helpful, Graeme. Good job.


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