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Here are some simple codes one can include in your article to give it a professional look. Below are the most common and effectively used formatting codes:
To make text bold,
use the tags which follow:
<strong>bold</strong> <em>italicize</em> <u>underline</u>
Note that the closing tag is exactly the same as the opening tag, except that it contains the / character before the tag word. All tags must be enclosed as indicated by the <, and >, characters.
Also, these tags can be used together: bold italics
To insert an internet address making a piece of text a hot link - Taft
College Distance Learning Home
College Distance Learning Home</a>
Do not forget that closing tag when hot linking a URL or internet address.
To start a paragraph section use <p>Paragraph of stuff</p>
To force a line break within a paragraph use <br />
To use a horizontal line to break up sections <hr />
BlockQuotes. To quote someone else's text so that it is indented from your own text, use the blockquote tags.
This text is blockquoted.