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In order to begin learning how to do special commands (some being necessity for some typists nowadays), we’re going to need to go over some very basic coding. here’s a cheat sheet for the rest of the tutorial. 

  • < > = Angle Brackets. These will enclose any commands. Think of them like bookends to your coding. If something goes wrong in the code, 8/10 times, it’s because a set of brackets wasn’t closed correctly, so always make sure to check you have your brackets in the right spot, opened and closed correctly. Ex: <p>
  • tag > = Tags. Tags are any command that are inside the angle brackets. If misspelled/spaced, these can cause problems in the code as well, so proofread the best you can. Ex: <em>
  • /End slash. Generally, if you see a slash, it means that you are signalling the end of a command. It can also be added to what’s called an empty element, but that’s irrelevant for now. Ex: </a>
  • <p> = Paragraph. This is the basic command for a line of unformatted text, and if used in two lines will insert a full paragraph break in between the two sections of text. This is accomplished outside of html by just hitting the enter button. Ex: <p>Insulin is a human hormone.</p>

  • Break. Similar to <p>, this creates two separate lines of text, but this command does not introduce the paragraph break, instead only a single line break, and is primarily not used as a bookend, but placed in the middle to indicate the break. This is accomplished outside of html by hitting enter + shift. Ex: <p>Insulin is a human hormone.
    Its ‘opposite’ hormone is Glucagon.</p> 
  • <a>Link. This tag is almost always used in relation to hyperlinking a page to text, though it has other uses as well. Ex: <a href=”http://tumblr.com”>Tumblr</a>
  • &nbsp; = Non Breaking Space. While being slightly redundant for this lesson, this little bit of code is useful to mobile users who have to code their replies and want an indent in their answer. Ex: &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; <p>Insulin is a human hormone.</p>

Now onto the actual commands!

— Small text.

Small text can be accomplished rather simply. Let’s take that sample text I’ve been using and input it as an unformatted line of text.

<p>Insulin is a human hormone.</p> 
In non html mode, this line would appear as this:
Insulin is a human hormone.

To make it small, two tags can be used, it’s a matter of preference which one you use, they both accomplish the same goal.

<p><sub>Insulin is a human hormone.</sub></p>
- or - 
<p><small>Insulin is a human hormone.</small></p>
In non html mode, this line would appear as this:
Insulin is a human hormone.
- or -
Insulin is a human hormone.

- - -

-- Computer code font.

Code font is even easier than small font, and only has one tag associated with it. Keep in mind that the code tag cannot be influenced by either the sub or small tag.

<p><code>Insulin is a human hormone.</code></p>
In non html mode, this line would appear as this:
Insulin is a human hormone.

- - -

-- Inline text.

Often called the ‘grey box’, inline text does just that. It makes a grey box around your text. It differs just slightly from the above two tags in that it does not require a bookend <p></p> tag.

<pre>Insulin is a human hormone.</pre>
In non html mode, this line would appear as this:

Insulin is a human hormone.

- - -

— Breaks
In
        The
Text.

Have a lot of paragraphs that you don’t want to have to go through and input <sub> or <em> or whatever tag you want to apply? Use a break tag! Here, we’ll show a comparison between what the <p></p> tag does as opposed to the
tag.

<p></p>

<p>Insulin is a human hormone.</p>
<p>Its ‘opposite’ hormone is Glucagon.</p>
In non html mode, these lines would appear as this:
Insulin is a human hormone.

Its ‘opposite’ hormone is glucagon.

<p>Insulin is a human hormone.
Its ‘opposite’ hormone is Glucagon.</p>
In non html mode, these lines would appear as this:
Insulin is a human hormone.
Its ‘opposite’ hormone is Glucagon.

- - -

— Tool tip/Hover text.

This was popular. Now it can be a helpful way to cut down on descriptions, or to play funny pranks in your text posts. It can be used in two primary different ways, both of which are shown here.

Tool tipping unformatted text.

<p><a title=”This is the tooltip.”>This is the text.</a></p>
In non html mode, this line would appear as this:
This is the text.

Tool tipping links.

<p><a href=”http://snowide.tumblr.com” title=”This is the tooltip.”>This is the text.</a></p>
In non html mode, this line would appear as this:
This is the text.

- - -

— Inserting images without uploading them.

We’ve all been there. We found an awesome jpeg/gif/png and we want to put it in a post, but you really don’t feel like saving it to your computer, or you’re on mobile and are being forced to code your posts. In ye olden days, this used to be possible by a button on text posts, but here’s how to circumvent that change. All you have to do is copy the url of the image and put it into this tag.

<p><img src=”https://31.media.tumblr.com/a0e2fa58d8092232eed186c39ab96a7d/tumblr_n12f8328OX1tsgprlo2_250.gif”</img></p>
In non html mode, this code would appear as this:
image

That’s all for me, folks. I hope this helps out anyone who needs it!

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