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Warren Contreras   My Press Releases

Thanks To Patrick Pierre

Published on 5/12/2018
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Thanks Patrick

I know I have seen this trick before, but Patrick reminded me of it today and I decided to try it out.

I am a sucker for something new to play with (especially Internet related) and this text enhancement using nothing but HTML code caught my eye.

There are plenty of times I am creating a page and want to catch my visitors eye, so I am sure this will come in handy. If you agree, keep reading and I will spill the beans.

SIDE NOTE

I use a free program called Treepad Lite to keep little notes on various hints and links I want to remember, so I created a page with these pasted in it to copy and paste back into my Press Releases.

 

DON'T PANIC

When you do the next step remember, you do not need to understand all the gobbledegook you will see, it is simply markup text that tells the browser what the page looks like. That's why they call it Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) and all we want to do is make a few simple changes with copy and paste.

 

SCARY DISCOVERY

Right click on my page and select View Page Source, it will show all the code used to show this page in a browser, then type <ctrl> F to do a search. Enter Thanks Patrick and it will find my headline and just before that is some code starting with <p you can highlight with your mouse and copy with a <ctrl> C (Command C on a Mac). Paste that into your notes somewhere with <ctrl> V.

When using this on your profile page for IBO Social (or a Press Release), type out your message as usual, then click TOOLS in the top menu and select <Source Code> to get a pop up screen with the code that your browser uses to render the page.

Find the <p line for the text you want to enhance and replace it with the <p line you copied from my page.

It's that simple.

I am going to save several of these lines in my notes to use with a quick copy and paste whenever I want one.

Have fun,

 

 

 

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