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Published on 07.19.06 by Brent Trahan

Commenting XHTML Tag Help

Most people who use MAXIMUMpcguides.com don’t know how to write XHTML markup code to add hyperlinks or styling to their comments. This guide shows you how to use all the supported XHTML code when adding comments to this site. <a href="" title=""> This bit of code is used to add a hyperlink to your comment. […]

Most people who use MAXIMUMpcguides.com don’t know how to write XHTML markup code to add hyperlinks or styling to their comments. This guide shows you how to use all the supported XHTML code when adding comments to this site.

<a href="" title="">

This bit of code is used to add a hyperlink to your comment.

An example of its usage is like so:

<a href="http://www.maximumpcguides.com/" title="Visit
MAXIMUMpcguides.com!">MAXIMUMpcguides</a>

An example of the codes above output is like so:

MAXIMUMpcguides

You can leave the title=”Visit MAXIMUMpcguides.com!” portion of the code shown above out if you don’t want text to appear when you point at the hyperlink.

<abbr title=""> and <acronym title="">

This bit of code is for having the long form of an abbreviation popup when you point at the abbreviation.

An example of its usage is like so:

He weighs 180 <ABBR TITLE=pounds>lbs.</ABBR>

An example of the codes above output is like so:

He weighs 180 lbs.

Hint: Point at lbs above.

<b> and <strong>

Both of these bits of code are use to make text bold.

An example of its usage is like so:

Helping you get the <b>MOST</b> out of your PC

An example of the codes above output is like so:

Helping you get the MOST out of your PC

<code>

This bit of code is used to make text represent computer code.

An example of its usage is like so:

You can use the <code>code</code> tag to define computer code.

An example of the codes above output is like so:

You can use the code tag to define computer code.

<em> and <i>

Both these bits of code are used to make text italic.

An example of its usage is like so:

I want to make <i>this text</i> italic.

An example of the codes above output is like so:

I want to make this text italic.

<strike>

Use this bit of text to draw a line through text.

An example of its usage is like so:

I want a <strike>strike through</strike> a line through this text.

An example of the codes above output is like so:

I want a strike through a line through this text.

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