Malik is here to explain how you can get your page to look fancy.
About this creation
Malik : 'Ok, so first off, are you wondering how to get your pages to look good? I'm here to explain just how you can do that.'
Malik : 'Want to know how to get your writing bold? Then type this :
"< b > TEXT HERE < /b >" (Without the spaces.) It should look like this :
" TEXT HERE ." Don't type this into the introduction, as it will not work.'
Malik : 'Ok, now that we've sorted that, we can carry on. If you want italics on your page (Slanted writing) Then type this :
"< i > TEXT HERE < /i >" (Again, with out the spaces.) It should then look like this :
" TEXT HERE ." After you've done that, write whatever you want there, and when you finish it, it should look good.'
Bob (In the distance) : 'Don't forget the colours!'
Malik : 'Oh yeah, thanks!'
Malik : 'Ok, now we cam move on to colours. There are many colours that exist, but here are my faves : aqua, black, blue, fuchsia, gray, green, lime, maroon, navy, olive, purple, red, silver, teal, yellow and white. If you want to use any one of these on your page then just type this :
"< font color=COLOUR HERE > TEXT HERE < /font >. (With no spaces.)"
Malik : 'And if you want scrolling text, just put this :
"< marquee > TEXT HERE < /marquee >" It should look like this : "TEXT HERE" . (Yet again, with no spaces.)
Malik : 'I've pretty much explained what to do now.' But what else is there to write? Hey, how did my writing get a line through it? Ah, I remember. You put this :
"< s > TEXT HERE < /s >. " After you've done that, it should appear like this :
" TEXT HERE ." Mix them up however you want, and have fun making a page!'
Some good html tips, nicely presented, too... you should make a sequel, though. help with stuff like links and picture alignment and size yadda yadda would be useful for people to know (if they for some reason can't find the mocpages html help), as well. Good work!