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You change the text style by using opening and closing commands around the text. So:
This is <b>bold</b>, <i>italic</i>, and <u>underline</u>.
This is bold, italic, and underline.
You can even do
You create a link to another Web page by enclosing with the 'a' tag. The actual link goes in the opening tag, the English version in between the tags. So:
This will take you to <a href="http://www.librarything.com">LibraryThing</a>
This will take you to LibraryThing.
You embed an image with the 'img' tag. It has no closing tag. So:
Most other HTML—such as tables, font changes, etc.—is not supported in LT's forums. You can trick it occasionally. For example, using the <center> tags to center text is not supported. However, they missed blocking the <div> command, so:
<div align="center">Some centered text</div>
Some centered text
<a href="http://www.librarything.nl/profile/FAMeulstee">Profile FAMeulstee</a> on LibraryThing in Dutch.
<a href="../profile/FAMeulstee">Profile FAMeulstee</a> is usable in all languages
1) Go to your home page.
2) Click on Reviews
3) Find the review you want and click on the little chain link symbol below it.
4) Copy what's in your address bar to the clipboard.
5) Now come back here and type:
<a href="PASTE CLIPBOARD HERE">Interview</a>
Perhaps Tim's son Liam has gotten in to play on Daddy's computer? lol
Ok, let's try clearing your cookies.
Then click "delete all cookies" at the bottom. That'll log you out of LibraryThing, so then log in again and see if you can fix the sorting...
Have you noticed how, on some threads, you click on "2 unread" in the forum list to go to the first unread message, it jumps into view, then immediately scrolls away off the bottom of your screen?
The problem is the browser doesn't know how much room to leave for the images. When they come in bigger than its guess, it has to move things around...hence, pushing the text you wanted to see down out of view.
You can tell the browser how much room to reserve for an image by specifying the "height" attribute. If you're editing your own images, you can get the height from the editing software. If you're just using an image you found elsewhere on the Web, you can right-click on that image and select Properties. Down under "Dimensions" it will say something like "92 x 16 pixels". That second number is the height.
As an example, for this picture:
<img height="16" src="http://www.deffler.com/lt/stars_five.gif">
ETA: Width is less of a problem on this kind of page, but you can specify it the exact same way.