Message Posting Etiquette
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How to Use Formatting Tags in Your Postings
There are a number of formatting tags that you can use to add images, web links, and text formatting to your posts. This document provides a summary of those formatting tags.
Basic Text Formatting Tags
|Format||Tags to Use||Description|
|Bold||**bold**||You get bold text by using two astericks **<bold text>** on either side.|
|Italic||//Italic//||You get italics by surrounding words with two forward slashes //<italic text>// on either side like this.|
|Underline||__Underline__||You get underline by surrounding words with two underscore characters __<underlined text>__ on either side like this.|
How to Include Links to Web Pages
No special formatting is required to make a hyperlink. If you type in a web address URL in your posting on it's own line:
Hint: type in the URL including the "http://" part to assure your web URL is automatically clickable.
If you want more control over web links, you can use advanced URL link formatting like this:
Here's a link to [url="http://www.google.com"]Google[/url]. Pretty neat, huh?
Will become a link like this:
Here's a link to Google. Pretty neat, huh?
How to Include Photos in Your Posts
To insert a photo in your post, click on the photo button in the formatting bar:
You can upload a photo from your computer, or search SuperTopo to select a photo that you or someone else has previously uploaded. Uploaded photos must be .jpg files, and 2mb or less in filesize.
Once inserted, you'll see that a photo tag has been placed in your post like this [photoid=<photo id #>]. A photo ID number will be automatically assigned when you upload your image.
For example the text below:
Will become a click-able photo in your post like this:
Photos can be clicked to enlarge the photo (so long as they were uploaded in a size larger than 550 pixels).
To have a paragraph in a separate quote box, use [quote]<quoted text>[/quote] tags:
- E. Hemmingway