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how it comes??

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dear every one
I have a question which is not so important but for me is always makes to think repeatedly. yes, I many time tried to make the font bold in sub topics but could not. I see bold font in many friend's post specially Stella do it. I tried ,trying and will try but how it comes ?
Need your help.
:))

thank you.

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usha kc's picture

I mean bold font in World

I mean bold font in World Pulse journal post.

noreens's picture

Thanks for asking this

Thanks for asking this question! I've bolded things in my stories and they don't show up bold once posted. Glad you asked!

Noreen

Stella Paul's picture

You can do it

Dear Usha and Noreens

In html language, the code for bold is 'strong. So if you want to make it appear bold, you just do a bit of coding. Here, below I am doing it to have you understand. I will write the word noreens in bold: noreens

To do this you first click on left angled bracket (<) . then write the word strong and close it with right angled bracket(>)

then you write noreens. after that, again the sign of right angled bracket.(<) then you make a slash means /. then write strong again and then right angled bracket(>) so it should be like strong

I know this is sounding confusing. but if I don't write these in words,. you will only see the bold results, not the coding.

So, clear it again

left angled bracket strong right angled bracket Noreens left angled bracket slash strong right angled bracket

Remember - there should be no space between the brackets and Noreens.

Try it once and see if it works?

Stella Paul
Twitter: @stellasglobe

usha kc's picture

I love you Stella

I love you Stella darling.
Thank you so very much for making us clear.
:))

usha kc's picture

wow!!! I made it,,, thank you

wow!!! I made it,,, thank you again n agian.

muuuuuuuuuuuah sisi.

Stella Paul's picture

WONDERFUL!

Yes, you did it! Yahooo! Love you too!

Stella Paul
Twitter: @stellasglobe

Thank You

Stella, please tell how to do centre justification pleeeeeeeze!

Monica Clarke, Writer & Storyteller, bringing human rights alive.
I wish you 'Nangamso', that is: May you continue to do the good work which you do so well.
(A blessing from my ancestors, the Khoikhoi, the first people of South Africa).

Stella Paul's picture

You may not need it

My dear Monica

I guess on World Pulse pages, justification is automated .Means, it doesn't need an extra coding by us. For example, I looked at your article and it appears pretty justified.

However, here is the simple coding for justification. You type a left angled bracket followed by=followed by"text followed by hyphen followed by align followed by colon followed by justify followed by semi colon followed by ">before typing any para and once you are done, type < followed by /p>

For example, the content of my para is 'I love Monica. I admire Monica. I want to meet Monica.'

Now, here is how I will justify is

left angled bracket followed by=followed by"text followed by hyphen followed by align followed by colon followed by justify followed by semi colon followed by ">I love Monica. I admire Monica. I want to meet Monica< followed by /p>

Now you go try it. Remember, there should be absolutely no space between any 2 signs. I have used 'followed by' just as an instruction,you should ignore it and type all the coding in one go, without any space in between.

And Now, I am wishing I was sitting in front of you guys, so this could be shared in 3 mins!

Stella Paul
Twitter: @stellasglobe

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