Whats a normal nose.
A normal nose belongs to someone who Knows and if you dont know you havn't got a normal nose. No I hear you say! I will listen to all the no's later. but for now who knows and Who Cares. By the way I have a big one. (Noes no's knows I mean nose)
Now get the T SHIRT
Posted May 31, 1999 by Jan^
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For even more bizarre smileys see the article on my home page which includes a URL for a really great smiley dictionary......
Posted Jun 4, 1999 by SMURF
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I have a small query. Now that I finally got the hint about needing to use HTML to edit my user page (I make no appologies for being just a tad on the slow side) I've disscovered a problem. I've edited my page at it looks OK BUT if I then want to edit it later, If I click <edit page> all my formatting instructions are no longer in the dialogue box and I have to put them all in again before I can update my page.
So, my question is WHY DOESN'T IT SAVE ALL MY FORMATING.
Also, call me thick but I still can't get smiley faces on my page!
Just so you know it's been about three years since I used any HTML and I appear to have forgotten everything!
The forum to discuss ESP is ALL about SEP! I suppose ESPers know it all.
Ladybirds know whether its going to be a mild winter or a really cold winter; but they're not letting on. BBC Supernatural series.
If you joined through an account such as hotmail, it is possible to access your user page from another PC by clicking the link on your original email from H2G2 editors.
Did you write that reply in html and include the code for a link, is it that easy?And thanks Spartus
This is a test: To put a link in a Forum Posting, just type the URL, no html tags needed. For example
http://www.h2g2.com/forumframe.cgi?forum=5242&thread=6962" = Spartus in Ireland
Now there's a good word!
Hey there are loads more at this sight.
Could someone explain the proceedure and HTML for placing "links" on a user page?
Okay, since you asked so nicely, to put links on your user page you type this bit of HTML into your edit box:
<A href="URLtolinkto">Any text here</A>
This will give you a link. In the any text here bit, you tupe the text which you want to be red and underlined, that when pressed will take you to another page. Ok? If you still don't get it, check out Zachsmind's postings on the H2G2 club message board.
OK. I'm trying to place a courtesy link to andyart.com. Read your instructions, thought I understood them, but checked zachsmind's message at h2g2 yahoo,as you suggested, as backup. This is what I entered;<AHREF ="ht tp://www.h2g2.com/u40399"></AHREF>ht tp://www.andyart.com/</A>(no spaces, I added spaces here to prevent a link from forming in the forum). The andyart URL showed up as it should, by itself, but not as a link. What did I do wrong?
What you need to enter is <A HREF="http://www.andyart.com/">text for link</A>
yeah, the main problem is you closed the link like this </AHREF> when you should have just put </A>. Try it...
It's because HTML doesn't work in these forums. Just paste in the URL you want people to pay attention to, and it'll automatically become a link.
OK> This is what I entered.<AHERF ="http://www.andyart.com/"></AHERF>andyart.com</A> .....still no link. Am I just hopeless, or will I ever get it?Please, O wise and gracious ones, what, oh what, am I doing wrong?
Like I said before, just paste in this: http://www.andyart.com and it'll become a link automatically when you post. If you don't believe me, paste or type in a URL, any old URL and preview it.
And it's <A href></A>, not <A herf></A>, just so you know.
The HERF was a typo in that last entry. The problem is, that just typing in the URL only works on journal and forum entrys. It doesn't work on the user page. I think Ive tried every suggestion given, (and a few I invented myself) to no avail. I suppose I'm just thick headed!
It looks like there isn't a space between the A and HREF. There should be a space separating them.
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