HTML code

HTML code is really useful for writing a website, if you know what you are doing. If you don’t know how to write HTML code it can be really frustrating to get anything done (unless you have software that’ll do it for you.) Here are a few bits of code that I’ve found that will add to your website (or Craigs List posting or anything else that uses HTML code). Some of these are accomplished by pushing buttons on the MTH website editor, but if you are creating an ad on Craigs List or putting together content for Facebook or something like that, these bits of HTML can come in handy.

This one is Craigslist specific and was sent to me by Craigslist customer service. It highlights your ad and allows people who are looking at ads to save them and pass them on to friends. Copy and past the code into the very beginning of your ad text (before any of the actual ad). Click here to get the code.

You can change the size of your text, insert spaces between lines of text and create lists with relative ease. To get instructions on how to do all of this, go to this page. There are some really great basic HTML codes that you can use.

If you would like to add content from another web blog, you can add a feed reader to your site. This will add any posts from another blog (or evey multiple ones.) To set up a feed reader for your site, go to RSS Feed Reader. You can register there for your feed reader and get the code to set up a feed reader for your site.

Want to show a YouTube video of someone playing your instrument? Just copy the code from the “Embed” box—you can find it in the “About This Video” box when you’re watching the video.

Copy and paste some of these codes into your work and spice up your pages, ads, emails etc. I hope you will find them very useful. If you have found some bits of HTML code that are useful for pimping out your site, please share them by posting a comment below. If you like please include your website address, so we can see your code in action.

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