Tuesday, July 7, 2009

U guyz r WAYY two stoopid, so eye wil teech u too yuse HtML...

Okay. So to learn HTML, just follow me. Perhaps I can make this blog a little less illeterate.

1. Use the bold option to get your point across and to emphasize important parts of a sentence. You use this with the tags, or you can just highlight text that you find essential to your point, and click the 'B' button when composing a new post. Here's an example of how to blog the crucial points in a sentence:

Ex. Jillian took the cat and the dog for a walk on the beach, but she fell into the ocean and died.

2. Use the italicized option to make sentence flow more understandable, or even to distinguish between two separate points. Replace the 'B' with an 'I' in the directions above:

Ex. What do urine samples and Canadian alcohol have in common? Taste.

3. The underlined option is a tad harder, which is why I'm skipping it altogether. However, you will now learn to use the "strike" method, located to the right of your italicize button. This is used to cross out pieces of your sentence that you want users to see for the sake of thought process, but you don't want to interrupt the flow of the sentence:

Ex. Jared has a crush on Kenny but I don't want anyone to know ever because Jared said he would take my life if that ever got out. Hopefully now I'm scotch free.

4. Last but not least, colors. Select a color from the 'A' menu above, and apply it to your highlighted text. It may be used to add further description without words, or to distinguish different elements of your post.

Ex. My favorite colors are red, blue, green, and yellow.

You're welcome, stupidheads.


  1. I wouldn't call it a crush, it's more of admiration.

  2. I always wondered what those buttons in the post editor achieved...

  3. And how come there are no Power Rankings in this post? I'm so confused.

  4. Should read:

    1. Italics
    2. Bold
    3. Strike
    4. Underline