Text formatting tips and tricks


#1

Hi guys! So I found these really helpful websites to read when you wannna format your work but you don’t know how to do it!

I have text formatting tips and tricks for Markdown, BBCode and HTML. I hope you enjoy!

https://www.proboards.com/forum-help-guide/bbcodehelp-guide/bbcode

https://www.w3schools.com/html/html_formatting.asp


#3

You guys can also recommend some of your own tips and tricks


#4

https://www.w3schools.com/html/

This site is the all time greatest HTML website


#5

You could also use khan academy’s video on formatting your JavaScript.


#6

But the forum doesn’t use JavaScript


#7

All programming languages are similar. If I tel, you a good way to organize your living room, will that help you organize your bedroom?


#8

I have also taken a look at a markdown website earlier. I don’t think that it was the one you shared though.


#9

I had seen many websites about Markdown but I found the one I posted the easiest to understand :slight_smile:


#10

Hello… my topic is dead. Can anyone suggest some other text formatting tricks, like how to make a grey line that separates text in the editor.
I think I read a topic on how to do this but I can’t find it now.


#11

You do this on its own line ___. There are three of _.


#12

<del> Does this wierd thing


#13

Oh anyway I found out how to do it.

<hr /> 

Again, how do you make a word look like a button?

You have to do something like

This?

#14

< sup > makes it small


#15

so does <sub>


#16

Kbd is really cool
Hello!


#17

And < a >makes the text aqua

Cool :3


#18

Like this < kbd >
aye I’m on a button


#19

Hello


#20

Oh ok let meh try

Hello I am a button created by a noob

Oh alrighty then! I got it!


Gosh, I’ve been googling HTML, BBCode and Markdown text formatting
tutorials for the past three hours…

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#21

No you have to put the words kbd in between these < > and then type out of them