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<UL> You must actually enter the HTML code within the information you're <b>adding</b> to the forum -- which would look like this:
</UL><MARQUEE width=300 BGCOLOR=white WIDTH=300 HEIGHT=35 DIRECTION=left><FONT SIZE=+0 COLOR=009900><b>Good luck,</b></MARQUEE></FONT>
Pardon ma ACKsent, ah'm frum Austin, Tex_As, USA
<FONT SIZE=1 COLOR=CC0099> ....its been my policy to view the Internet not as an 'information highway,' but as an electronic asylum filled with babbling loonies.</FONT>
Crazy d.. forum software
If that doesn't work, the beginning bolding is started the left arrow, a 'b', and then the right arrows. The ending for bold being with a left arrow, a slash, a 'b', followed by the right arrow.
Thanks, Bill- will give it a try...(THIS IS A TEST)
NT:Cool, Bill. Thnx! Easier than the other way!
NT - Great. Happy computing.
& + lt = <
& + gt = >
so to make it acceptable I would enter w/o a '+':
and it would displayed:
Here we go again...
Crazy HTML rules.....
Re:Here we go again... Ummmm...
Brandon, I just tried...
Re:Frank, I just tried...
'<b>Exactly as Bill described, and it works for me. Are you putting a space between the less than sign and the 'b' at the end? Just a WAG</b>
Brandon, thats an html 4
strict compliance thing about the space. Should not matter, but with these forums, who knows
I tried to send some simpler information, but seems the forum even converts character codes, unless you break em up like Bill did.
I can do like this to make it 'bold' as you did
<b>This line should be in 'bold'</b>
but to show you how to enter it (in this software forums) when I entered
&+lt+b+&+gtThis line should be in 'bold'&+lt+slash+b+&+gt (without a '+') I got the &+lt+slash+b+&+gt disappeared as:
<b>This line should be in 'bold'</b> <--- (the &+lt+slash+b+&+gt won't show)
Maybe this will work.
Re:Maybe this will work. (This is a test)
"I like learning new things. Thanks, Ray"
Cool, Ray! Now we can use quotations! And I learned another new thing!
"ampersand then 'quot', enter text, ampersand, then 'quot' again. Now I have to rememer this."
Create a gif file
and point to it. Really 'kewl' idea!!!!!!!