Playing With Text in dA [Semi-Tutorial] UPDATEDFONTS ON DEVIANTARTMore Like This
There are several things you can do with dA's text. You can use Italics, Bold, Underline,
Strikethrough, and even change font face or font type. However, there aren't many directions on how to do these things. So, I'm going to give you a quick semi-tutorial on how to work these.
These features are easy enough to use once you know what you're doing. You just have to learn tags. You can visit this link to learn about some other common HTML tags.
The Simpleist Tags to Use Are:
< i > to begin italics and < /i > to end the italics
< strong > to begin bold and < /strong > to end the bold
< b > to begin bold and < /b > to end the bold
< u > to begin underline and < /u > to end the underline
< strike >
to begin strike and< /strike > to end the strike
< s > to begin strike and < /s > to end the strike
< sup >
Basic HTML/CSS guide: what TAGS areWelcome in this simple guide!More Like This
I'll try to exaplain you the basic informations about coding, expecially to help you to personalize your dA experience. In fact, if you need to personalize your dA, you can use simple tags to give different characteristics to your page.
First of all, remind that sites are organized in 3 levels: HTML, CSS and DATABASE. We'll look only for the first two, because for simple coding, expecially in dA, database isn't useful (you need it only for big programming).
Please, read carefully... if you never experienced the codes before, you probably will need to read more times this document (it's normal, so don't worry).
Da reads my codes and display them, so I'll insert ♥ to permit you to read the codes. Remind that ♥ must be deleted if you want the code to run.
Every webpage is programmed using "tag (s)", attributes that say the characteristics of the page.
Tags are important for both
Did you know? - Individual disabling of MentionsIndividual disabling of MentionsMore Like This
While it is nice to know when and where people use your deviations, it can be troublesome for some deviations like emotes, profile decorations or other kind of popular ones.
You might not want to disable mentions in general, but exclude certain deviations for it.
In that case wait until one of such deviations pops up as a mention in your message center.
At the right side (next to the x-button) you have that little arrow icon. Click on that and you will end up with this.
If you click on it to proceed, you will have to confirm this change, to make sure you didn't click on it by accident...
... and from now on you won't get notified for this deviation anymore.
You are able to disable mentions for single deviations, but you are not able to redo it individually. In that case it is 'all or nothing'.
Right now it is
dA Font Formatting GuideMore 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, 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 face="Oswald, Droid Sans, Lucida Sans Unicode, Arial" size="5">Test.</font><font face="Brainly, Nunito, Testt, Times New Roman" size="4">Test.</font><font face="Helskini, Klavika, FF Me