Spice up your comments with HTML!

I made the diagram below to show bloggers how to use HTML code to spice up their comments.

The following sentence is spiced up with Bold, Italics, a Link and Blockquote:

Here is a fun blog  where truth is explored by using various methods of  triangulations.  I love this quote by e.e. cummings:

“Think twice before you think.”

The chart shows all the HTML code insertions I made to made that spiced up comment possible:

This is what my code looked like.  Go ahead, try to write some code in the comments.

Here is a <a href="https://triangulations.wordpress.com">fun site</a> where <b>truth</b> is explored by using various <u>triangulations</u> I love this quote by e.e. cummings: <blockquote>"Think twice before you think."</blockquote>.
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16 responses to “Spice up your comments with HTML!

  1. Hmm, I think my HTML was too complex Apparently images don’t work either. I do use HTML for emphasis from time to time though.

  2. @ Mike
    I put the words “emoticon” here inside the brackets — you forgot to insert to act as anchors for the link.
    I don’t think images are allowed — but links to images (as I have done for you ) are cool.

  3. Good to know. Thanks!

    It would be nice if they had a preview option.

  4. Jen

    I took this to heart. You’ll be lucky to find any un-hyperlinked words on my site now. I b’lieve I’ll go back and hyperlink my reference to this very blog site.

  5. Jen

    Excellent Walt Whitman quote. So I thought I posted my comment, but I don’t see it here. So I’m off to spice up my blaaahg. Thanks for the instructional tidbit! Toodleoo!

  6. @ Jen — Thanx. Glad you could use it.

    @ Boz — Glad it gave you a laugh!!

  7. WOW! now my comments will surely pop! thanks sabio!

  8. @ Ghostlette: Dude, I have asked people r-e-p-e-a-t-e-d-l-y to help me protect my real identity! How’d you’d like it if I posted links to your picture?

  9. I am not sure if I have the execution of this right.

  10. Yes, it works. Thanks heaps. Very useful.

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  12. blahblah

    Here is a fun site where truth is explored by using various triangulations I love this quote by e.e. cummings:

    “Think twice before you think.”

    .

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