dA: HTML FormattingMore Like This
What is HTML?
HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. It's used when making a website, and available to use on deviantART to customise what you are writing.
Once you memorise the HTML, it's pretty easy and fun to use.
You can find some codes on the deviantART FAQ #104, but they don't give you all of them.
You can use the codes I am about to give you in artist comments, journal entries, blog entries, profile pages, and more importantly comments!
Literature pieces have less codes available to use than what I just mentioned, but there's still a fair few you can play around with.
especially everyone's favourite emoticons.
Place at the beginning of your sentence and at the end for it to appear in bold.
Example: Bold turns into Bold.
You can also use instead of .
Example: Strong turns into Strong.
Place at the beginning of your sentence and at the end for it to be underlined.
DeviantART HTML GuideGUIDE TO DEVIANTART HTML TAGSMore Like This
When you see "< d > sample ", that is what you type on either end of the text you want to format. To add the HTML codes, you type without the spaces. So just omit them.
This is bold text.
< b > text here < / b >
This is italic text.
< i > text here < / i >
This is text that links to this page(sorry, haven't figured that one out yet.)
< a > text here < / a >
This is text that links to whichever page you like.
< a href=" link here "> text here< / a >
This is...uh.... underlined-with-dashes? text.
< abbr > text here < / abbr >
This is subscript text.
< sub > text here < / sub >
This is superscript text.
< sup > text here < / sup >
This is Heading 1 text.
< h1 > text here < / h1 >
This is Heading 2 text.
< h2 > text here < / h2 >
This is Heading 3 text.
< h3 > text here < / h3 >
This is Heading 4 text.
< h4 > text here < / h4 >