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"He must hold firm to the sure word as taught, so that he may be able to give instruction in sound doctrine and also to confute those who contradict it."
--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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Just realized there's a tech update we've been meaning to post for a few days, but have kept forgetting about.
We THINK that we've figured out a way to solve the problems with HTML code (bold, italics, blockquote formatting) not working consistently in the comments.
Use SQUARE BRACKETS [ ]
instead of the normal angle brackets < >
Thus, the code for bold text would be as follows:
[b] text you want in bold [/b]
We'll keep any eye on how this works. Hopefully it will solve the bizarre problem. Feel free to send us links if comments continue to have HTML problems.
It seems that while the square brackets work more consistently for formatting (bold, italic, blockquote, and strikethrough...), the angle brackets work best for LINKS (anchors) when posting a URL.
(Note that the software does automatically format URLs for you. So if your link is short, you can just enter in the address in your comment, e.g. http://www.kendallharmon.net/t19/ . I simply pasted in the address there without any code. The software did the formatting.)
However for long links, we prefer if you would add the anchor link coding. Here's what that looks like:
<a href="http://www....">name of the link</a>
Note: the quotation marks around the URL address are essential. Without them the code does not work.
Feel free to use this comment thread for tests. And do keep us posted as to any further examples of problems with HTML in the comments.
This elf thinks she might go insane. Angle brackets seem to work "ok" for short links. But if you've got a longer more complex links with spaces or "arguments" (i.e. like a search result for a Bible passage or something), they don't work.
One of our fabulous commenters, Patti, discovered the SOLUTION, which she explains below in the comments. Use what's known as "Bulletin Board" code.
here's how Bulletin Board code works for links. It's actually easier than HTML.
[url= the link ] the name [/url]
thus for T19 it looks like this:
We'll update the comment format help section when we get a chance to reflect this new information.
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