Amazing Stock Feature 1Hello Everybody!!
Over the last couple months you guys have been asking for a stock feature, so I spent that time collecting my favorite stock on DA and will be sharing it with you in a series of journals. Remember if you use any of this stock to follow the rules of each artist. Enjoy these amazing resources!
Black Bird Stock by MariaAmanda Forest Nymph 2 by chirinstock background stock405 by Sophie-Y Old Home Place by robhas1left Winter Beach 4411313 by StockProject1 Roman Street 9703428 by StockProject1 Rusty Car 187056 by StockProject1 E S Epic dragon by Elevit-Stock Dragon Age 2 Isabela render by micro5797 Hawke Render - Dragon Age II by XxShipuxX apocalypse by brujo Landscape Stock 1 by PrincessAndDragon Stormy Pack I by Lengels-Stock Cold to the Bone by rushofthemind Winter blues by MikkoLagerstedt :thumb351604579: Magic Window by VaL-DeViAnT :thumb165602780: Perfume8 by faestock Olympus by Thy-Darkest-Hour STOCK:Sunrise on frosty river by needanewname Photoshop Dark night actions by aoao2 Apart... by Arctic-Stock Mountain 77 - lake by Momotte2stocks InertiaKBG7 by InertiaK Stock 121 by UmbraDeNoapte-Stock Stock 0028 by alfastock fantasy landscape bg 9 by joannastar-stock Gothic Spring Stock by MariaAmanda Premade Background 1095 by AshenSorrow :thumb1
CSS Tricks: ListsLists are awesome So let's talk about themCSS Tricks: Lists2 years 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.
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