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Forum Guide - How to make a nice Post

LetsReadThisBookLetsReadThisBook Member Posts: 102
edited December 2012 in General

Forum Guide - How to make a nice Post



Hi there! In this Guide I will show you, how to create a nice looking Post in the Deepworld Forums. The answer is HTML. You can use the most HTML Tags here to create a nice looking Post. In the following lines I will explain them to you and give an example. This will look like this:

≤HTML≥YOUR TEXT≤/HTML≥
In the following line will be an example!

You have to replace the ≤ with a < and ≥ with >. I can't use the the correct symbols directly because then the HTML Tags won't be displayed.

We will start with a few basics:

The headlines:
≤h1≥YOUR TEXT≤/h1≥

This is the example text!


≤h2≥YOUR TEXT≤/h2≥

This is the example text!


≤h3≥YOUR TEXT≤/h3≥

This is the example text!


≤h4≥YOUR TEXT≤/h4≥

This is the example text!


≤h5≥YOUR TEXT≤/h5≥
This is the example text!

You can use horizontal lines to declare different sections:
≤hr /≥




If you want to write a code snippet you can use this:
≤code≥YOUR TEXT≤/code≥
This is the example text!




Now we come to the advanced stuff:
You can design you Post completly on your own with the style Tag. A HTML tag with The style attribute looks like this:

≤p style="ATTRIBUTES"≥YOUR TEXT≤/p≥

You can replace ATTRIBUTE with any CSS Style Tag. Here are some examples. (The "p" tag is a simple paragraph) ;)

color:#COLORCODE

This is the example text! The text is red and has the colorcode #FF0004.

margin-left:PIXELS

This is the example text! The Text is now 20 pixels away from the left side.

text-align:LEFT,CENTER,RIGHT

This is the example text! The text is left-justified.

This is the example text! The text is centered.

This is the example text! The text is flush right.





You can use nearly every CSS formatting to make your post special. ;)

Thank you very much for reading. :) If you have specified questions, you can ask them in the comments and I will add them to the Guide. ;)

LetsReadThisBook

Comments

  • SirentistSirentist Member, Moderator, Arbiter Posts: 8,838
    edited December 2012
    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but mikelaurence has said (on a very similar thread) that we shouldn't expect these formatting options to be around for long. It is preferable to have a clean interface where everyone's posts look the same.
  • SirentistSirentist Member, Moderator, Arbiter Posts: 8,838
    edited December 2012
    P.S. I think you can (at least temporarily) use the <code> tag to display most of the HTML correctly.
  • LetsReadThisBookLetsReadThisBook Member Posts: 102
    @Sirentist Oh :D I tried it but it didn't work. :D Ok I will change it.
  • SirentistSirentist Member, Moderator, Arbiter Posts: 8,838
    LOL I tried it too ... apparently it works on everything EXCEPT the actual <code> tag, hahaha!
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