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"Ask me a question"

Friday, August 15th, 2008

Hi guys, I’ve decided to make the FAQ blog a little bit more interesting, so I’m opening up this topic in the forums for anyone who likes to ask me some questions. I’ll be choosing 5 people every week and I will be posting the selected questions (with answers of course) on the FAQ blog before the weekend starts (So that means I’ll be posting probably by Thursday or Friday). There are a few guidelines though.

How many questions can I ask you?

You can ask me any number questions but I will limit to answering 3 questions per person.

What kind of questions can I ask from you?

You can ask me any sort of question but keep in mind they should be not vulgar or inappropriate. I can answer questions about things related to Sanriotown, personal stuff, my interests, and anything else you may have in mind. Just remember to keep it safe.

Feel free to start asking questions. I’ll be starting gathering and answering these questions on the 18th of August. So keep ‘em coming!

And here is the link to the TOPIC.

Changing Colors

Thursday, August 14th, 2008

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I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately regarding changing colors in the forums and for the blogs as well. So here’s a guide for you guys who want to play around with colors. Continue reading on to view the full article of this post.

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A Guide to Online Etiquette

Friday, June 20th, 2008

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In our normal and daily lives, we meet people in many walks of life. We introduce ourselves, exchange a compliment or two and we do all these in all sorts of friendly manners. On the online world however, the anonymity of people is different. Racism, stereotyping and plain slander can be found almost anywhere online. Just because we can’t see each other doesn’t mean we have the right to treat others or think of them lower than ourselves. The way you interact with people online has to be the same way you treat people in real life.

Read on to view some of my tips on how to show respect and gain respect from people online. Make this your guide as you journey online and interact with other people in blogs, message boards, chat and even emails.

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Password Protecting Your Posts

Monday, January 14th, 2008

A key number of users have been asking if there was a way to hide a specific post from someone and maybe just share it. Maybe you only want a specific number of people to read your post, say a loved one or a close friend. All this is possible with a feature that allows you to password protect your post. Below is a simple guide on how to make this work.

1. First of all, you need of course to create your post, or you can edit an existing post.

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2. Look for the section on the lower right that says "Post Password".

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3. Go ahead and type your password. Make sure it is simple enough for you to remember yet difficult for others to figure out. Below is an example of what kind of a password you can put but please do not use the example password I have used. Make your own. ^^

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4. Save/Publish your post and you are ready. If anyone tries to view your blog they will see only your post title and will be asking a password if they want to view it.

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There you go. You can start password protecting your posts. Just remember what password you assigned to it okay? If you want to remove the password from your post just go into your admin panel and delete the password that you have typed in and then save your post. It should now be viewable to everyone.

HTML Tutorial - Font Effects and Color

Monday, October 22nd, 2007

codeimg I’m pretty sure many of you have been asking why there is a "code" tab when you start writing a new post. That tab enables you to enter HTML code, the thing that web designers use to make websites and how they want it to look like. I know it sounds geeky and nerdy but once you get the hang of it you will be able to customize your post more than just typing on the WYSIWYG editor.

Let’s start with something simple. Editing the way you want the text to look like. Here are a few codes you might want to use for some text effects by using these tags:

<u>Underline</u> - Underline

<b>Bold</b> - Bold

<i>Italic</i> - Italic

As you can see those effects simply place an underline, make your text bold or italic. You can also combine them all at once.

<u><b><i>All Three!</i></b></u> - All Three!

Next you can add color to your text like what Rei has done on her’s:

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To do this you must add a new tag to your font to show this color. To do this you simply need to add the following tags:

<font color="red">Red</font> - Red

<font color="blue">Blue</font> - Blue

<font color="green">Green</font> - Green

Another thing that you have to remember is that you need to close all your tags when you start them. If you leave them open say like a <font color="red"> tag everything after that tag will turn into red. You need to close it with </font>. This goes for other tags as well so remember to close them tags!

Stay tuned for my next tutorial about images, linking and paragraphs!

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