Some small notes (Please Read):
- In HTML, there are some values that are put in quotation marks. Make sure you leave in the quotation marks where they appear in the code.
- Where there is all caps in the code is where you'll be able to put what ever content you want. So for a URL, it will say in the code INSERT URL HERE; you would delete INSERT URL HERE and put in whatever URL you want.
Some Notes: Cols is the width of the textbox, and rows is the height. Where the # is in the code is where you put a number that you want for the width or height (leave in the quotations)
Blog Button Code
Resizing an Image/Thumbnails
There are two ways to do this, either by width or by height.
Some Notes: You can do either by width or by height, but not both unless you know the exact measurements for both. If you don't have the exact measurements for both the picture will be distorted. And the number that you put in (#) is the number of pixels wide or high.
Some Notes: Very small code for a simple line. This can be very useful if you want to break up paragraphs or sections.
Some Notes: The motion will not show up in the post, but if you preview it and post it, it should work. Be careful how you use this: if you use it too much, it can be distracting and busy. You can also apply any text effect to the marquee text and if you like you can even do images in a marquee: where it says TEXT HERE simply paste the image code.
If there is anything that is unclear in my instructions or there is some problem with your code, leave a comment so I can correct whatever errors I made.
And, of course, if enough people suggest what else they would like to see in HTML, I can do a second post about more Blog HTML. Again, just leave a comment.