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Easy HTML For Comments

A visitor’s guide to making your comments stand out

Formatting HTML to make your comments doesn’t have to be hard. Except that most people don’t do it often enough to remember the tricky details. Here’s how you do the most common formats:

Copy and paste into your comment:

Linking to another webpage: (replace riverdaughter.wordpress.com with the information for your site.

<a href=”https://riverdaughter.wordpress.com”>The Confluence</a>

The Confluence

Making your text bold:

<b>The Confluence</b>

The Confluence

Making your text italic:

<i>The Confluence</i>

The Confluence

Making your text bold AND italic:

<i><b>The Confluence</b></i>

The Confluence

And QUOTES! Have you ever wanted to make something REALLY stand out?

<blockquote>Just copy and past this line (you can put as much text as you want here)</blockquote>

Inserting Images into comments:

<img src=”http://www.Replace_With_Your_URL”&gt;

Inserting YouTube videos into comments:

The process for inserting videos in comments is different than inserting videos in a post.  There’s a little more code to insert the videos in a post.  In a COMMENT, the URL is all you need.

And PLEASE …. don’t put anything after the video URL ….


That’s it! This handy guide should give you the power to make comments that catch the eye of the most casual ready. Try it out today!

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