NOTE: All the below instructions are for posting comments or for preparing posts in the EDIT HTML mode, not the COMPOSE mode.
There are some bloggers who may want to post HTML tags in comments or posts but don't know how. If you try to type the HTML tag to display an image, for example:
<img src="photo URL">
exactly as you see it above in the comment or post, you will just get an empty box. I have to use an image to show the codes I used to display the above HTML tag:
The "less than" < have to be replaced by and the "great than" > have to be replaced by
UPDATE 27 August 2008: The image HTML tag below is an illustration of, for example, if you want to show a blog reader what to type in order to display an image. It cannot be used to display an image in the comments
If you have a large block of HTML code to display, an easy way is to type or copy-paste them into Notepad, then click EDIT > REPLACE.... in the menu bar, and type in the appropriate characters. For example, if I want to display the HTML for the images above, I will highlight the HTML, press ctrl+C or right-click and chose "copy" to copy the HTML into clipboard, open a Notepad file, paste the HTML into Notepad, click EDIT > REPLACE... in the menu bar and.... (best illustrated by the screenshot below - click to enlarge):
Click "Replace all" and all the < will be replaced by . You can repeat the process for >.
Once that is done, you can highlight all the changed code, copy-paste into the comment box or the post editor window and submit your comment or publish your post.
For other special characters, refer to How to publish special characters (click BACK) button to get back to this page).
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