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I'm Lizzie, (LizzieBCT) I'm 17 years old. I live in the United States. I enjoy drawing on my Tablet foodoodling around lolz. Like many on this site I Hope to become a Digital Artist Or Animator someday but for now i'm stuck with having to develop my own style of drawing and trying to come up with something decent to post up haha yeah Art blocks are a real Butt. I like many things, I LOVE Turtles. Though I have a pet bunny named Tobi (Yes tobi from Naruto). I am pretty easy to get along with, especially those who enjoy the same things I do but I am pretty respectful, especially to those who respect me in return. I speak both English and Spanish not so much on the spanish part though. I Love to read mostly the genre I read is Sci-Fi but I do read other books.
dA Guide: Text Formatting
Please PAY ATTENTION to where the codes WILL and WILL NOT work! (Certain codes do not work in comments and deviation descriptions, no matter how hard you try.) :'D
Try NOT to copy/paste the codes, manually type them out yourself. (Copy/paste messes up some of the codes lately thanks to dA). :C
This is just a simple html guide to formatting text on dA (and other sites as well). My goal was just to compile some html info into a simple, easy to understand guide for quick reference. :) Please let me know if the codes don't show up because sometimes they disappear when dA updates certain things.
This guide goes a little above and beyond dA's FAQ entry (although I purposely left out anything to do with links, because they don't work on literature submissions). I also provided working examples, which might make the codes a little easier to understand. (Keep
Playing With Text in dA [Semi-Tutorial] UPDATEDFONTS ON DEVIANTART
There are several things you can do with dA's text. You can use Italics, Bold, Underline,
Strikethrough, and even change font face or font type. However, there aren't many directions on how to do these things. So, I'm going to give you a quick semi-tutorial on how to work these.
These features are easy enough to use once you know what you're doing. You just have to learn tags. You can visit this link to learn about some other common HTML tags.
The Simpleist Tags to Use Are:
< i > to begin italics and < /i > to end the italics
< strong > to begin bold and < /strong > to end the bold
< b > to begin bold and < /b > to end the bold
< u > to begin underline and < /u > to end the underline
< strike >
to begin strike and< /strike > to end the strike
< s > to begin strike and < /s > to end the strike
< sup >