Sunny’s booked herself a private reservation…..
Or you can use the < i>….< /i> tag pair to italicize<.i>.
Likewise, to make bold text < b>..< /b>
Sounds like someone needs a time out.
Or you can use an undercarriage _ on each side of the word or phrase you want to italicise.Like so.
“It’s simple, I open the book and look at the words.”
Raining at camp is the worst thing and the best thing (arts and crafts)
and @TheSkulkerWhen displaying HTML examples such as that, if you use < for the < and > for the > in the comment box, you don’t have to add spaces. For example,<em>shows up as<em>in the published comment.Also, if your example has any values between " marks, replace each " in your example with " to display it properly in the published comment (the GoComics comment translator messes with " characters).
Thanks to all who took time and gave me answers!(Didja see? I used an italic! How’m I doin’? Huh? Huh?)
May 12, 2016