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This one's not an art tip, just a quick reference that you can copy and paste from for those times when you want to link to another website, or display an image on screen.



The technical term is Hypertext Markup Language. That just makes it sound daunting. Forget what it's called. All you need to do is Copy and Paste the text here.



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Displaying an image - copy and amend the text below



<img src="full image address goes here--delete this text between the quotation marks"></img>



Code example that you type



Here's what the shading looks like up close.{enter}

{enter}



<img src="http://i301.photobucket.com/albums/nn76/myart/halftone_big.png"></img>




How it looks on the forum



Here's what the shading looks like up close.



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Linking text to take you to another page - copy and amend the text below



<a href="full web address goes here--delete this text between the quotation marks">your text to link goes here</a>



Code example that you type



Your art doesn't need to be complex. <a href="http://www.xkcd.com/905/">This site uses stick figures</a>, but gets its message across.





How it looks on the forum



Your art doesn't need to be complex. This web comic uses stick figures, but gets its message across.



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Hope this helps.
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    149 weeks ago
    Jackpot is an angel! :D nice post man :D
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    149 weeks ago
    ...and you'll notice that all the threads started with help have the first word as 'TIPS:'. This helps when you use the Search Forum option, because the Subject line always tells you what the tip is all about. I decided to use 'TIPS:' because so many people want past designs or assistance with their work and use HELP in upper-case letters in their Subject line.

    I got the idea from 'WIP' (Work In Progress).

    If a few minutes of my time can collectively save hours of everyone else's time, it's a win-win.


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