Forum Formatting Practice Thread

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socks
socks said 10 years ago

italic bold bold and italic link alt text

<p>paragraph 1</p><p>paragraph 2</p><blink>blink?</blink><marquee>;askdjf;klfjds;alfj;lsadkfj;laskdjf;lasdkjf;alsdkfj</marquee> x x x one™ two©

<div style=“background-color:#480240;”>television is weird</div>


socks
socks said 10 years ago

tick!


Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 10 years ago

there are hints below the comment field, an image starts with an exclamation mark, then insert the URL of the image, then follow it with an exclamation mark, no spaces.

a link starts with " then the link text then ends with ": and the url, again with no spaces


Rebecca Gabrielle Cannon said 10 years ago

la


Amelia said 10 years ago

“then the link text then ends with http://melbourneartjournal.unimelb.edu.au/E-MAJ
um …

link:http://domain.com


Amelia said 10 years ago

too hard


Art.Base said 10 years ago

well you got a bold word, that’s a start : )

that’s done by putting an asterisk at each end of the word you want to make bold

looks like you might have used an asterisk for the link text above instead of a quotation mark


Amelia said 10 years ago


Amelia said 10 years ago

“link:http://www.artshub.com.au/au/job.asp?sId=108939”


Amelia said 10 years ago

grrr


Amelia said 10 years ago

bold bold and italic link alt text


Art.Base said 10 years ago

who said do or do not there is no try

you’ve almost got the link, just put the exclamation mark after word “link” instead of at the end

this is the formatting bible, it probably explains it better http://hobix.com/textile/


Amelia said 10 years ago

yay, textile.

I like to store things in my filing cabinet.


Amelia said 10 years ago

aha!


Amelia said 10 years ago


Amelia said 10 years ago


Art.Base said 10 years ago

<notextile>
bold
</notextile>


Art.Base said 10 years ago

hmm. ok. notextile doesn’t work here, altho it does on shopify.com


Art.Base said 10 years ago

<code><pre>
Code Snippet
</pre></code>


Art.Base said 10 years ago

hmph


Art.Base said 10 years ago

Ok, found it. The official textile reference page is wrong, however wikipedia is right!

Wrap the code in two at symbols, then you can show code snippets

@ code @