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html-links in message
  • Jonatan Rydh at 2004-09-14

    How do I post a clickable link in my message?

  • Tasmanian Devil at 2004-09-14

    <a href=“address”>text (or address)</a>

  • Jonatan Rydh at 2004-09-14

    Thanks.

  • Hjallti at 2004-09-21

    could anyone give the code for other layout things as well...

  • Mojmir Hanes at 2004-09-28

    Perhaps many html markup tags are valid. For example

    text - for bold text
    ...

    and so on. I haven’t tried it, but I think it should work :-)

    Mojmir

  • David J Bush at 2004-09-28

    Here is a tutorial on basic html.

  • Hjallti at 2004-09-29

    My point in putting it here was to have them available on hte site, I’m lazy... but anyway, know <\b> what to do...

  • Hjallti at 2004-09-29

    Well <\b> is wrong, so i almost what to do :-)

  • David Milne at 2004-09-29

    Well <\b> is wrong, so i almost what to do :)

    No it is

    You use slashes, not back slashes.

    On top of your browser you can see the menu item “View”. Inside this menu you can "\click on “View Source”. After a while a window will pop up showing the source of the page that you are viewing. You can see all the html code.

    That’s what I did just now to check that I had given you the correct advice :)

  • David Milne at 2004-09-29

    Slight problem, my code worked so you did not see it, you saw what it did. I will try again with dashes between the letters so browser won’t interpret it. But remember to take out the dashes :)

    <-/-b->-

  • David Milne at 2004-09-29

    Hey this is fun!



    See the code below. But don’t forget to take out all the dashes.

    <-p>-<-font- color=-"#FF0000"> <-b-ig>-<-strong-><-big-> Hey this is fun! -</-big->-<-/-strong->-<-/-big->-<-/-font->-<-/-p->-

  • David J Bush at 2004-09-29

    In the second post to this thread, Tasmanian managed to show the html tags without any dashes or other characters “to be removed.” If you examine the source, you will see he used the ampersand & symbol followed by lt or gt: &lt &gt

  • Hjallti at 2004-10-01

    David, thanks for taking the trouble but since I managed to write my previous post I was already aware of the code. :-)

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