Da Musically Inclined Bomb

DePauw University's First Year Seminar on Writing about Music

Wednesday, August 23, 2006


If you are using Safari as your browser, you don't get the cool tools as easy buttons. Firefox and Explorer don't have any problems. If you are committed to Safari, tags can be used. Tags are words inside angle brackets "<>" that go before the word or words you want to affect. These tags must be closed by placing the same word in angle brackets after the affected word or words, but this time the tag word is preceded by a slash: "/".

Italics: i and /i
Underline: u and /u
Bold: b and /b
Strikethrough: strike and /strike
Red: span style="color: rbg(255, 0, 0);" and /span
Green: span style="color: rbg(0,255,0);" and /span
Blue: span style="color: rbg(0,0,255);" and /span
(other colors by combining red (first number anything from 0 to 255) green (second number) and blue (third number))
Hyperlink: a href="url address" and /a

Here is a list of many tags and how they are used.


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