How To: deviantART SuggestionsThe following tutorial is a how-to on making, submitting and advertising your deviantART suggestions. If you ever feel it is lacking or has given false information feel free to note the author or comment.How To: deviantART Suggestions1 year ago in Writing More Like This
Step 1 - Outlining
The very fist step is identifying the goal of your suggestion. Never write a suggestion out of anger or impulse. This leaves an unprofessional feel to the suggestion and often times discredits what would otherwise be a valuable suggestion. Keep it professional. Here are some questions that you can ask yourself to ensure you're on the right track:
What will my suggestion accomplish?
How will it accomplish this?
Who would be interested or affected by this suggestion?
What are the pros to applying this suggestion?
What are the cons?
Step 2 - Research
Research will often times repeat questions from the outlining stage. This is to ensure that all bases are covered and most questions are already answered
CSS Tricks: Limiting .text widthHello!CSS Tricks: Limiting .text width1 year ago in Journal and Gallery Tutorials More Like This
Today I wanted to share a little CSS Trick with you Many other people have done this before, awesome people like $Ikue, `thespook or `ginkgografix, and now it's me too
This first trick is very simple in execution, but I want to spend some time explaining why you should do it. That's why this journal has become a bit long
All about improving Readability!
When it comes to designing long copy texts, there are quite some challenges in order to create something easy to read and enjoyable to look at. One of the issues that may occur is text, that is running too long. The longer a line of text gets, the hard it is for the reader to follow the flow of text.
In some case you may have to even move your head from the beginning of a line to its end. And once you move your head, it becomes a lot harder to find the next line of text.
You may not even notice this while reading. But you will notice that your eyes get tired and you may
dA GUIDE: HTML, TEXT, EMBEDdA GUIDE: HTML, TEXT, EMBED1 year ago in Other More Like This
:bulletgreen: Codes with this green symbol can be used to: comments, deviation description, journal, user page widgets, dA forum.
:bulletyellow: Codes with this yellow symbol can be used to: deviation description, journal, user page widgets.
:bulletgreen: Bold Text:
<b> abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz </b>
<strong> abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz </strong>
:bulletgreen: Italic Text:
<i> abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz </i>
<em> abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz </em>
:bulletgreen: Underlined Text:
<u> abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz </u>
:bulletgreen: Strikethrough Text:
dA Font Formatting GuidedA Font Formatting Guide2 years ago in Journal and Gallery Tutorials More Like This
To READ this with a Fancy Layout WITH source code, see http://viclou.deviantart.com/journal/DeviantART-lt-font-gt-Formatting-Guide-261232088
Did YOU Know that you can use the < font > tag in boxes, journals, descriptions, and in litterature?
Well, yes you can! No Premium Membership REQUIRED!
To prove my point, :eyes: below!
Did you enjoy the awesome presentation of the "Test." text above? Well, here's the source code:
<font face="Droid Sans" size="9">Test.</font><font face="Arial" size="3">Test.</font><font face="Tahoma" size="1">Test.</font><font f