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  1. nboady commented on Brewster Rockit 3 days ago

    The formatting rules are basic HTML tags (different HTML elements,: parts are HTML attributes and parts are HTML formating). Other interesting parts are the HTML coded special character set (the   that he used represents a space).


    I go look at http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/html-spec/html-spec_13.html when I want to see a list of HTML special characters. For HTML elements, you can search for an HTML tutorial website (such as http://www.w3schools.com/). For things useful in the comments on Gocomics, stay with the basic HTML tags — things like CSS and JavaScript are way more than you need.

  2. nboady commented on Cul de Sac 9 days ago

    That’s not necessarily a spoiler: wasn’t she going to be a pangolin last Halloween? We still haven’t reached the end of the original run of the comic strip. I stopped reading the treasury books so that I wouldn’t spoil the upcoming strips.

  3. nboady commented on The Norm Classics 12 days ago

    How soon I forget :-)

  4. nboady commented on The Norm Classics 13 days ago

    That’s “kid” Norm, the fun-at-all-costs part of Norm. I think that “kid” Norm was last seen in the story arc when Norm waited in line for a week for the Star Wars film to open.

  5. nboady commented on The Norm Classics 19 days ago

    Actually, it would be reh-NAY if the last e were accented (i.e. Reiné). Without the accent, the French pronounce it like wren.

  6. nboady commented on F Minus 24 days ago

    You can buy cell phones with pre-paid minutes on them to keep in the car for those kinds of uses.

  7. nboady commented on PreTeena 25 days ago

    It’s still mid June in the strip. If the pool doesn’t get much sun, the pool could still be a bit chilly.

  8. nboady commented on Pooch Cafe 25 days ago

    Ludwig from Arlo & Janis is another purple cat in the comics.

  9. nboady commented on On A Claire Day 26 days ago

    Putting money into a savings account to earn interest used to make sense, when interest rates paid a reasonable amount. Now-a-days, it only makes sense to use these accounts as places to store money until used for other purposes (up to the protected amount allowed by the FDIC). Many large banks (mostly in Europe and Asia) are starting to charge negative interest rates to hold the money, so account holders have to decide whether the risk of investing costs more than the cost of keeping the money in a bank.

  10. nboady commented on Cleats 26 days ago

    Read or don’t read — nobody’s going to care one way or the other.