lists and listlessnessEach name I mark down is a list.lists and listlessness9 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
I write every single word
I intend to promptly forget,
making sure to underline
the important parts.
These are the things I really meant to say.
You'd smile and feel
the way you were supposed to.
It's all so simple.
These little plans of mine
are drawn up and drawn out.
It's too meticulous
to be destiny
and too ridiculous
to be enjoyable.
Would you even feel it if I crossed you off?
I have that power you know.
(That and more.)
I could rearrange you.
I could erase you
I could kid myself all night,
but I could never let you go.
CSS Tricks: ListsLists are awesome So let's talk about themCSS Tricks: Lists1 year ago in Journal and Gallery Tutorials More Like This
The basic list format is avaiable everywhere on dA, you do not need a premium membership to create a list. Of course you could just use or a symbol like ~ to indicate a new list item, but an actual HTML coded list has a lot of benefits over that.
Especially when you have single points that exceed a single line a HTML list, a line break appears at a spot you cannot control and therefore you will end up having no indentation and it will just look messy.
You don't have to be a Premium Member to use the HTML for lists, see :faq104:
You do need it, if you want to use Journal Skins aka personal CSS.
So, let's get started.
Basics About Lists
There are two kinds of list: ordered and unordered.
Ordered means you will get a numbered list from 1 to how many items your list has.
Unordered means you will get bullet points in front of every item.
Ordered listCowherbThat news announcer hears the girl crying. I
Lists .Frerard.OKAY. This is just a quick warning to let you know that this is pretty friggin' long. It's exaclty 9,272 words, the longest thing I've ever written, and I was going to put it into chapters but it didn't flow right. Please read it all in one go, it's better, I promise. Okay, now you can get on with readingLists .Frerard.4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
His muscles felt tight and underused from the hours spent in their somewhat claustrophobic van, and so a brilliant stinging sensation pinched his legs as he walked from the parking lot to the hotel entrance, his suitcase rumbling against the tarmac as he wheeled it behind him. Gerard splashed his worn-out Doc Martins into a particularly large puddle half-deliberately, steering his heavy case away from the cold water by violently jerking the arm that was dragging it, but he heard an almost mocking wet sloshing sound from behind him anyway and let an aggravated growl crawl up his throat.
He was not in a good mood. Mikey had been foolishly tricked into letting Frank d