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BoldEdit

To create bold text, use three apostrophies on either side of the word you wish to be bold.

Example:

'''bold word'''

Result:

bold word


Common usage:

  • Emphasis. "I NEVER said that!"
  • Voting. "Keep - I like this suggestion."

ItalicsEdit

To create italic text, use two apostrophies on either side of the word you wish to be italic.

Example:

''italic word''

Result:

italic word


Common usage:

  • Emphasis. "I always say that!"
  • Quotes. "Bob said "I intend to jump up and down." a while back."

Indented TextEdit

To create an indented reply, simply use a colon before your text. You can use multiple colons to indent immediately after another indented post.

Example:

 Here is a point.
: Here is a responce below the previous point.
:: Here is a responce to the above response!
: Here is a second responce to the original point.

Result:

Here is a point.

Here is a responce below the previous point.
Here is a responce to the above response!
Here is a second responce to the original point.


As you can see, there is a bit of order to how posts and replies are placed. Take a look at how experienced users do it for more examples.


Common usage:

  • ALL discussion wherein there are replies.

Bulleted TextEdit

To create a bullet for indentation, simply use an asterisk before your text. You can use multiple bullets to indent immediately after another indented post.

Example:

* Here is a point.
** Here is a responce below the previous point.
*** Here is a responce to the above response!
** Here is a second responce to the original point.

Result:

  • Here is a point.
    • Here is a responce below the previous point.
      • Here is a responce to the above response!
    • Here is a second responce to the original point.


As you can see, there is a bit of order to how posts and replies are placed. Take a look at how experienced users do it for more examples.


Common usage:

  • Lists.

Numbered TextEdit

To create a numbered list, simply use a number sign before your text. You can still indent replies, but it's a bit different as you'll see in the example below.

Example:

# Here is a point, numbered one.
#: Here is a responce below the previous point.
#:: Here is a responce to the above response!
#: Here is a second responce to the original point.
# Here is a second point, numbered two!

Result:

  1. Here is a point, numbered one.
    Here is a responce below the previous point.
    Here is a responce to the above response!
    Here is a second responce to the original point.
  2. Here is a second point, numbered two!


As you can see, you need to use a number sign followed by colons to space the replies properly. Take a look at how experienced users do it for more examples.

Inappropriate usage or spacing can cause a numbered list to error. Keep an eye out for this.


Common usage:

  • Voting.
  • Numbered lists.

Colored TextEdit

Just use the following code, changing the color and text as you wish.

{{c|red|colored text}}

And this will be the result:

colored text

Highlighted TextEdit

Just use the following code, changing the color and text as you wish.

{{h|yellow|highlighted text}}

And this will be the result:

highlighted text

Resized TextEdit

Just use the following code, changing the size and text as you wish.

{{size|18|resized text}}

And this will be the result:

resized text

Underlined TextEdit

Just use the following code, changing the tooltip (if applicable) and text as you wish.

{{ht|tooltip|underlined text}}

And this will be the result:

underlined text

Struck Out TextEdit

Just use the following code, changing text as you wish. Highlighting the struck out text with your cursor will reveal the offending text.

{{Strike|struck text}}

And this will be the result:

struck text


Common usage:

  • Blocking out illegal replies, like improper voting.