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You can change the font size if you want, by typing <h3>This text is size h3</h3> <h2>This text is size h2</h2> <h1>This text is size h1</h1> Would look like:

This text is size h3

This text is size h2

This text is size h1





FontFormats



Making Text: Bold, Italic, Underline, Ect. <b>This text is bold</b> <i>This text is italic</i> <u>This text is underlined</u> <s>This text is strikethrough</s> <hl>This text is highlighted</hl> Would look like:
This text is bold
This text is italic
This text is underlined
This text is strikethrough
This text is highlighted



PRE tag <pre>This is pre- formatted text</pre> Would look like:

This is pre-
formatted text




SUP and SUB tags <sup>This is sup text</sup> <sub>This is sub text</sub> Would look like:
This is sup text
This is sub text



Aligning Text tags <center>This text is centered</center> <right>This text is aligned to the right</right> <box200><justify>This is justified text- Huge pile of text that is enormous, but you want it to look good, and don't care if it's harder to read, just because it looks nice. Loooooook hoooooooow greeeeeeeaaaat it looooooks with looooooogs words.</jusify></box200> Would look like:
This text is centered

This text is aligned to the right



This is justified text- Huge pile of text that is enormous, but you want it to look good, and don't care if it's harder to read, just because it looks nice. Loooooook hoooooooow greeeeeeeaaaat it looooooks with looooooogs words.</jusify></box200>

(there is no tag for left aligning, as the text does that by default)



The Box tag - used for lists, and such <box100>This is the first box</box100> <box100>This is the second box</box100> ----box100 Would look like:
This is the first box
This is the second box
----box100

(You can choose between
<box200>
and <box3500>)



Table tags This tag creates columns, like so: <table>Column 1|Column 2 --- Row 1|Row 1 --- Row 2| Row 2 --- First data| Second data</table> Would look like:
Column 1Column 2
Row 1Row 1
Row 2 Row 2
First data Second data




Other Elements There are two other elements you can stick in here: images, and horizontal rulers. Here is how to create a horizontal ruler: <hr> And here is how to insert an image: <img:(url to image)> For example: <img:http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f102/karupin163/funny-11.jpg>
Would insert the image: <img:http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f102/karupin163/funny-11.jpg>
I know, seems pretty easy, huh? That's because it is. (Note: I will add resizing, rotating, aligning, and linking images later - for now, I will continue on towards links that don't involve images.)



Linking things You can create a lot of different types of links on here: You can link to certain parts of your house, different webpages, other elftown wikis, wikipedia articles, and a bunch of other stuff. Here how: <hr> To Link to a Webpage: To link to a webpage, just type in the url - that's all there is to it. So this: http://www.elftown.com Would actually look like this:
http://www.eltown.com



To Link to an Elftown Wiki: To do this, you would type something like the following: [index@wiki] Which would create the link:
index

The format is (name of wiki-page). Just substitute the "(name of wiki-page)" for the name of whatever wiki-page it is you want to link to.



To Link to a Wikipedia Article: Linking to an article on wikipedia is easy. Here's the format: [[(name of article)]] So, for example, if you wanted to link to an article called "Elftown", you would type this: [[Elftown]] Which would look like this:

Elftown

If you want to link to an article, but don't the link to say the article's name, then the format for that would be this instead: [[(name of article)|(what you want your link to say)]] So if you wanted a link to the article "Elftown" to say "Article about Elftown" instead, then you would type: [[Elftown|Article about Elftown]] Which would look like this:
Article about Elftown



To Link to Another Elftown Member: You would type something like this: [(member username)] For example: [--SilverRaven--] Would look like:
[Yume Youki]
You can also link to a member by typing [@(member #)]. Like so: [@188343] However,this would just look like the above:
[Yume Youki]





[This will be completed at a later date - right now, I have other things I need to do...]




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