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Posted on Wednesday, May 31 2006 @ 05:23:23 Eastern

As you may of noticed, the GR Blog system does not support forumcode. So, no matter how many times you use stuff like [b] and [/b], your text will not bold. Instead, the GR blog system uses HTML code. HTML code is easily recognised by the pointy brackets that surround it (more commonly known as the greater than and less than signs.). Since I am building a web site at school, I will be learning HTML code, and will be able to share it with you. The first piece of code is the Horizontal Line. Produced with {hr}, except with the {} signs replaced with < and > consecutively, this produces a horizontal line across the page. This is useful for seperating your entries into managable pieces, and the line will always be the right length.
PS: My next game review will be up shortly. It will be on Evil Genius for PC.
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